New Delhi Mar 20: Ishfaq-ur-Rehman Poswal, BJP leader and national executive member ST Morcha on Sunday hailed the finance minister Arun Jaitely remarks that BJP government at centre will no compromise with national security in any situation.
Jaitely addressed a press conference during national executive meet of BJP at Delhi. Poswal said that the civil society of Jammu and Kashmir must come forward to help form the government in the state as anti-national elements were benefiting from the prevailing situation in the state.
“Even during the NDA led government, people of Jammu and Kashmir experienced peace and development under the dynamic rule of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The BJP spared no efforts n restoring peace and development in the state during its ten months rule as a coalition ally. The people of state and country have felt immense security and witnessed peace and development under the incumbent BJP government at centre. Youths have never faced any harassment in the country especially during BJP’s rule,” said Poswal.
“The tribal affairs ministry came into being in Jammu and Kashmir for the first time under the BJP’s slogans and policy Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Viqas”. The civilly society of JK must realize Mr. Jaitely’s assertions that BJP was committed to good governance and come forward in lending its full support for government formation. Over three months deadlock over government formation in Jammu and Kashmir is affecting development and youths are the worst sufferers. It is responsibility of civil society to break silence and come forward,” added Poswal.
The BJP leader hailed the Jaitely’s statement that BJP was eager to maintain friendly relations with its neighbors to strengthen peace and security. Poswal said that the Modi led government at centre resolved the long pending issues of “One rank One pension” benefiting lakhs of people in the country. “The BJP government at centre has raised the hopes of ignored tribal people of Jammu and Kashmir for the first time in the history. Even the ordinary people of state benefitted a lot and witnessed peace in the state during short ten months rule,” said Poswal.
2015 Kashmir Despatch