Satiating vested interests NC, Cong pushed J&K to wall: Langeh


RAMBAN, Jan 20: Senior BJP leader and former legislator from Ramban, Neelam Langeh today slammed NC and Congress leadership for pushing the people of J&K to the wall for satiating their vested interests.
In a statement issued to media persons, the BJP functionary said that the leaders of the aforesaid political parties have committed a sin by keeping J&K devoid of development and looting its resources to have petty personal gains.
Endorsing the recent statement by the LG Manoj Sinha alleging that the aforesaid political parties are responsible for under-development of the UT, Langeh said that if BJP government can bring about desired changes in J&K by roping in investors from foreign lands in couple of years after abrogation of Article 370 then what these parties were doing in the past 70 years is now an open secret showing the deceit of NC, Congress and their ilk in the UT of J&K.
The former MLA said that the developments which took place in the UT of J&K after BJP came to power in the Centre has exposed the lies and deception of these parties who befooled the people of the region for so many years and under the guise of well-wishers have looted the resources of J&K with impunity thus steering the Union Territory to nowhere and abetting unrest to satiate their vested interests. Langeh said that people have now understood the hypocrisy of these parties because BJP government has shown them the reality of everything as colossal development has started taking place with no room left for anti-national activities and terrorism. He said, "If this could happen under the Modi Government then why the successive governments never cared for creating such a conducive atmosphere for ensuring the development is a big question?"
"The present scenario in the Union Territory of J&K is testimony to the fact that only the BJP Government can bring about the much desired changes in the UT of J&K unlike the NC and Congress parties which never looked beyond their petty political interests", he added.

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