Resolutions passed in BJP WCs forgotten: Harsh Dev

JAMMU: Describing the resolutions passed during the Working Committee meeting of BJP held on Tuesday as another attempt of saffron brigade to mislead the gullible masses of J&K, NPP chairman and former minister Harsh Dev Singh questioned the fate of earlier resolutions passed by the Party’s Working Committee in the past.

Addressing a press conference here today Singh said that BJP leadership had assumed the role of dream merchants by mesmerizing people with seductive slogans which they never intended to fulfill. The only objective behind its lofty promises was to exploit the innocent masses and to buy further time to conceal its failures. With hardly any takers in J&K for the new resolutions of the BJP passed in yesterday’s meet, the people are seeking the action taken with regard to resolutions passed on April 1, 2018 Working Committee meet of BJP held at Suchetgarh, Singh said.

Pointing towards the resolutions passed in Suchetgarh meet under the chairmanship of the vice president, Avinash Rai Khanna in April 2018, the NPP chairman said that the BJP’s resolves included Constitution of Minority Commission in J&K, withdrawal of FIRs registered in Amarnath land row; Commission under sitting HC Judge for Rohingyas verification and eviction; Commission for Reorganization of districts; extension of Inter District recruitment policy for STs; adopting 85th Amendment of Constitution in J&K for promotion of SC/ST in Government services; honourable return of KPs to Valley; abolishing Toll Plazas at Lakhanpur; enhancing compensation for ring road project; compensation to farmers who lands lie beyond border fencing; constitution of Tawi Development Board besides others.

The aforesaid meet was organized with a huge fanfare arousing lots of expectations amongst the general masses. It is amusing however, to note that rather than introspecting over the past decisions of Suchetgarh Conference, the BJP leaders chose to come out with a new set of resolutions deliriously oblivious of the growing public outrage against its politics of treachery and subterfuge.

“The leaders of BJP might have suffered memory loss but not the people who had pinned high hopes from their mandated leaders. Today each word, each action, each promise and each pledge is indelibly cast in the marble of technology. How hard we try, we can’t wipe the Slate clean and erase the public memory with one new shot. The BJP needs to understand this”, maintained Singh.