Jammu: Rajya Sabha member and Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad lashed out at the govt for its failure to effectively deal with militancy and lack of any clear policy towards Pakistan and China.
Addressing a party convention of Jammu district at Dushera Ground Gandhi Nagar here, Azad questioned that the record number of militant attacks and shelling leading to heavy causalities of civilians, during the Modi government, questioning which government was weak UPA or present NDA government, he asked.
He said Prime Minister Modi has forgotten his promises to the nation on the issue of safety and security of the country and he is mostly touring in the world giving his advice to other nations, instead of being concerned as to what is happening in the country on various fronts especially on the issue of security.
“He remained Prime Minister and BJP of taunting the UPA government headed by Manmohan Singh of being weak government on some rare incidents of the causalities of army men and militant attacks on our soil but now when there are series of such unabated incidents, Modi government owes an answer to the nation,” he said.
“Who invited Pak PM on oath ceremony and exchange shawls, who went to Lahore amidst continued incidents of border firing and militant attacks and who shared “Biryani” etc, Moreover, when Modi was engaged in “Jhula diplomacy” with Chinese counterpart, the Chinese Army was busy entering territory in Doklam,” he questioned.
Azad also said that the BJP has forgotten all other promises made to the various sections of the people during elections and now looking for other issues to polarize and divide the society as the general elections are drawing near.
PCC President G.A. Mir, Sham Lal Sharma, N. Rigzin Jora, Madan Lal Sharma, Tara Chand, Raman Bhalla, Mula Ram, Kanta Bhan, Ravinder Sharma, Vikar Rasool, R.S. Chib, Vikram Malhotra, Balwan Singh, Namrata Sharma, Manjeet Singh.
PCC Chief Shri G.A. Mir Lashed out at the PDP-BJP government in the state for their total failure to ensure the safety and security of the people in the state besides failures of various fronts.
Expressing grave concern over the continued militant attacks within the state and Border shelling in the recent years of their rule, Mir described the present centre and State government as a total failure on security fronts.