BJP Govt failed to check fast rise in Petrol-Diesel-Cooking Gas prices: Sadhotra


JAMMU, Feb 22: BJP Govt in the Centre and in Jammu & Kashmir has utterly failed to check frequent rise in Petrol Diesel & Cooking Gas prices which has led to fast rise in prices of essential commodities alleged Mr. Ajay Kumar Sadhotra Former Minister & Senior National Conference Leader while addressing a public meeting at Bakshi-De-Kothe Makwal said in a press statement issued today.
He said it is unfortunate that BJP Govt is insensitive to the issue of fast rise in prices of petrol-diesel & gas and other day to day essentials. Because after increase in Petrol-Dieselrates, freight is increased resulting in increase of prices of all the house hold items. The kitchen budget of the common man has gone up and common man is facing hardships. On the other hand Covid-19 has also rendered many youth jobless and unemployment problem has also reached at the highest peak. Common man is feeling betrayed as he is facing too much problems even to run his kitchen & his day to day life has become miserable.
National Conference Leader said BJP has promised in 2014 with the people of the Country to put check & reduce the prices if it comes to power. Now after coming to power since 2014 BJP Govt utterly failed to check fast rise in prices & BJP also failed to fulfil its tall promises as usual. He said BJP should remember how it used to cry for hike in prices now it is very sad that BJP is defending the rise in prices.
Mr. Sadhotra has asked the Govt to take all effective steps to put check on rise in prices and take immediate steps to reduce the prices of Petrol-Diesel & Cooking Gas.
Others who spoke on the occasion are S Raghubir Singh, Subash Sharma, Bishan Dass Bhagat, Khaju Ram Bhagat, Lajpat Bhagat, Baru Ram Bhagat, Pardeep Sharma, Kuldip Raj Sharma, Tara Chand, Charandass Bhagat, Capt. Ashok Bhagat, Swarn Singh, Manmohan Youth Leader, Babu, Sham La, Babu Mulkh Raj, Pt. Puran Chand Sharma.

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