Only BJP can do justice with J&K youth: Anurag Thakur

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Jammu
  • Updated: Dec 11, 2014 23:46 IST

National president Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) and MP from Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh Anurag Thakur on Wednesdays said the youth of J&K must realise what parties like Congress, NC and PDP have done to their future.

He said these parties have "blown away their future" into deep slumber of darkness where majority of youth hailing from the state holding professional degrees and diplomas are still unemployed. "Only BJP can do justice with youth of this state," Thakur said.

Lambasting the "callous approach" of Congress-NC coalition government, The BJYM leader asked people to give BJP a chance to form a government of its own. "So that the youth of all the three regions can work and earn to fulfill all requirements which have been blocked by the mismanagement of the coalition government in the state," Thakur added.

Thakur was addressing a public gathering in Jammu West constituency.

The BJYM chief urged the masses of Jammu West to support the candidature of Sat Sharma "so that an honest, educated, hard working person" could represent the seat.

Sat Sharma said the whole state will flourish on the development model of Gujarat which has been crafted under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He stated that the whole constituency will witness development when BJP will form the government. "Every house will get 24 hours of electricity supply, pure drinking water and construction of toilets in order to promote cleanliness and other necessary basic requirements of the area will also be fulfilled on priority," Sharma added.

Sharma said the BJP will also focus on construction of fly-overs to reduce the heavy traffic Jam in the constituency. He also urged the masses to press the 'lotus symbol' on voting machines on the day of polling.

"That will strengthen the arms of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his vision for Jammu and Kashmir," he added.

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