During tenure of UPA Govt, Peace Prevailed in Kashmir :Usman Majid 

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By FK WEB DESK on 11/11/2018.

During tenure of UPA Govt, Peace Prevailed in Kashmir :Usman Majid 
Srinagar, Senior Congress Leader and MLA Bandipora Usman Majid here on today said that During the tenure of Congress led UPA Government Peace prevailed in Kashmir Valley, grassroots institutions were revived, development took place & efforts to bring the young, who had been mislead, to the mainstream were made, But BJP has destroyed everything.
MLA Bandipora said that, People have realized that the vote to BJP in 2014 elections has brought death and destruction only, as a result they were feeling dejected over the way they are being treated. He said that BJP has failed people on every count, as that no development has taken place, rather thev developmental process started by the UPA govt in the State has came to standstill.
He said that, BJP government has pushed people to the wall, as unemployment has increased, prices have risen and developmental activities have suffered a huge dent. He said that Congress party will bring the State at a developmental track again ensuring that justice is done to people especially poor and down trodden people. He said that, Congress is emerging as a strong alternative in all three regions of the state “especially when the Previous coalition has utterly failed and stands exposed on all fronts after the end of their power politics in the state.
Majid said that it was matter of satisfaction that Congress, has emerged as strong political force in the state as well as a credible voice of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Congress party will bring the State at a developmental track again ensuring that justice is done to people especially poor and down trodden people, he said. The efforts of the Congress coalition government during its tenure on putting the state on the path of progress and normalcy have been undone by the ‘anti-people Govt, he added

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