Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Every Indian wants to get rid of corrupt Congress and see Modi as the next PM: Khanna, J&K BJP Prabhari

Every Indian wants to get rid of corrupt Congress and see Modi as the next PM: Khanna, J&K BJP Prabhari

Member of Parliament & Jammu and Kashmir BJP Prabhari Avinash Rai Khanna, after taking stock of the party’s activities in Rajouri at district and mandal levels, appreciated the efforts being put in by the party leadership to reach the masses with the motive of enlightening them about the anti-people and anti-poor policies of the Central as well as state government.

JK BJP prabhari Avinash Rai KhannaIn his address, Khanna said that the declaration of Narendra Modi as Prime Ministerial candidate by BJP high command has received overwhelming response from every segment of the society and every corner of the country. There is enthusiasm and jubilation in the entire country as his nomination has provided a ray of hope to the common masses in the deluge of scams and misgovernance of Congress.

He also said that the despondency in the youth has been replaced by hope and expectations. Today every Indian wants to get rid of corrupt Congress and see Modi as the next Prime Minister. The Congress leadership has realized that their days of its rule are numbered and are having sleepless nights.

He added that during his tour of Sunderbani, Nowshera and Rajouri, he has been informed that the people here are facing discrimination at the hands of the government and even basic amenities of modern times do not reach them. They don’t get electricity, drinking water, adequate health-care and elementary educational facilities. Favouritism, nepotism and corruption are the hallmarks of this Congress-NC coalition government and the same has scaled new heights. Youth, farmers, refugees, landless labourers etc. are suffering great deprivation and hopelessness without any empathy from the government.

He also demanded a CBI inquiry into last month’s clashes in Kishtwar.

“People belonging to the minority community have been badly affected and are now even afraid of venturing out (of their homes). The situation is still explosive,” Khanna said.