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Congress to observe Indira Gandhi’s death anniversary as Kissan Adhikar Diwas

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JAMMU: District Congress Committee Jammu-Urban, on Monday, held a meeting to review preparations for conducting district-wise programs to commemorate 36th death anniversary of former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, as per the directions issued by AICC. The meeting was chaired by Former Minister J&K Yogesh Sawhney, General Secretary JKPCC & Incharge District President Jammu Urban and was presided over by Former Minister J&K Raman Bhalla, Vice President JKPCC. Various Ward Presidents, Block Presidents and various DCC office bearers were in attendance at the meeting.
Raman Bhalla announced, that as per directions of high command, Congress will hold a Satyagraha on 31st October to step up its protests against BJP Government for farmers’ rights to mark the day as Kissan Adhikar Diwas. “Party will step up and accelerate its awareness program to awaken people to the unjust actions of the government, the economic degradation, the increasing inflation and costs, and anti-farmer agricultural laws among other things. Therefore, the party has decided to launch a series of programs against the anti-farmer, anti-women, anti-poor and anti-people policies of the BJP-led government at the Center,” said Bhalla.
Sawhney elaborated party’s future course of action regarding Indira Gandhi’s death anniversary programmes. “To commemorate the death anniversary of a great leader, who contributed immensely to our nation, we will conduct Satyagrahas and fasts in district headquarters against anti-farmer and anti-labour laws and other contentious laws which prove detrimental to betterment of people,” he said. He added that BJP has abandoned people of Jammu in frenzy since last one year in wake of promises and false narratives. However, it is imperative that we use our might and strength to fight intensifying mistreatments faced by Jammu, he added. “BJP needs to be further exposed in front of the people as it failed to control prices of important commodities, showed poor performance in UT in improving administration, infrastructure or in provision of essential facilities and amenities, and further degraded itself by its hate filled and provocative speeches,” he added.
Other present were Dr Ramakant Khajuria, Uttam Singh Chib, Madan Malager, S P Sapolia, Sushant Gupta, Atul Sharma, Kulbushan Sharma, Chander Shekhar Sharma, Amrit Bali, Vijay Singh, Hoshiar Singh, Vijay Sharma, Rakesh Chopra, Gurmeet Singh, Garu Ram, Ram Magotra, Jasvir Singh, Balvinder Singh, Rakesh Sharma, Hardavinder Singh, Ravinder Singh, Kewal Sharma. Rakesh Chopra was appointed General Secretary DCC Jammu Urban. Further, Sat Pal Sapolia, General Secretary DCC Jammu-U was handed over the order of Coordinator Block No 9, Gandhi Nagar; Sunil Kumar was appointed as Working President, Ward Congress Committee Ward No. 37, Janipur and Sardar Singh, Ex Block President Jammu East was appointed as General Secretary DCC Jammu-U.

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