Jammu, September 17, (Scoop News)- Gearing up the campaign in Jammu province, ex-MLA and newly elected Panther Party state president Balwant Singh Mankotia reiterated that message of separate Jammu state would be reached at each doorstep for its logical conclusion. People of Jammu region are fed up the false promises of the national and Kashmir centric policies and now time has come to carve separate Jammu state to seek right and justice.|
Campaign started under Haq-insaaf yatra for separate Jammu state, NPP president Balwant Singh Mankotia received warm welcome in Jammu district and addressed rallies at Ranjan, Gour and Nardani of Raipur-Domana constituency. While addressing the people, he blamed that discrimination with Jammu province have not yet ended and the day when coalition govt of BJP-PDP formed, discrimination with Jammu region has achieved new heights and breaked previous records.
Mankotia disclosed that in last three years, the selection list of candidates released by PSC are totally biased and a mere representation of 10 percent has been given to highly educated and deserving youth and which is injustice with the youth of Jammu province. Every time educated youth of Jammu region have raised their plight and due representation would be given in employment sector but unfortunately in a deliberate attempt, youth are debarred from government job in state.
Mankotia said its very strange that youth of Kashmir are involved in stone pelting from many years and school, colleges remain closed and their education has been disturbed and on the other hand youth of Jammu region continued their studies in their respective institutions without any hurdle and amazingly 10 percent youth become successful in exams while 90 percent from Kashmir cleared their exams.
Keeping in view the delebrate attempts to down the morale of the Jammu youth in education sector, time has come brought the message of separate Jammu state to each home for its logical conclusion. On this occasion Shankar singh chib State Sec, Satbir Singh, Anil Rakwal also addressed the gatherings at different areas.