Friday, August 26, 2011

Support For Anna In jammu Kashmir

On the 11th day of Anna Hazare's fast at Union Capital today the protest demonstrations also continued in different parts of Jammu region in his support.

Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP): The ABVP, which has already launched a crusade against corruption throughout the country has also supported the Anna Hazare's movement. To give impetus to the movement ABVP formed a human chain outside Jammu University on Baba Sahib Bhim Rao Ambedkar Road. The students from various colleges and Jammu University holding pla-cards and tricolor gathered out side the University and raised slogans against corrupt UPA led Congress Government.

ABVP demanded that Central Government should come out with a viable solutions and respect the sentiments of the people who are associated with the movement against corruption. The protestors said that ABVP would make all efforts to take the ongoing movement to a logical end against corruption. ABVP is demanding a strong Lokpal Bill must be presented in Parliament and passed to rid the country from these corrupt leaders and bureaucrats.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP): A mass protest was held by BJP activists against corruption, black money and poverty at Kalli Jani and Pacca Danga. The Party activists holding pla-cards shouted slogans for eradication of corruption. The protestors who had tightened black strips on their foreheads and arms pledged to take the ongoing movement against corruption to logical conclusion. The demonstration was led by Yudhvir Sethi, BJP state secretary along with Vijay Mahajan and Arun Sethi.

Another programme was organized by party at Ramban under the leadership of BJP national secretary Shyam Jaju, National Executive Committee member, Dr Nirmal Singh and State vice president, Bali Bhagat. In his address Mr Jaju said that Congress led UPA at the Centre should realize that time has changed and their misdeeds of corruption and scams get exposed. The party can no longer claim to be a Gandhian Party, he added.

Jammu Kashmir Milchar Front: The Front chief Shamboo Nath Saproo while justifying the movement launched by Anna Hazare and civil society of India against corruption said the menace has spread like cancer in the society and it is high time for us to awake from deep slumber and join the nation-wide movement launched by Anna Hazare.

Private Schools Association: A massive rally was taken out today by the Private School Association of block Marh to extend its full support to anti-corruption movement launched by Anna Hazare. The protestors were raising slogans in support of Jan Lok Pal Bill drafted by civil society of India. The march started from SSK Higher Secondary School Marh to Block Development Office. The rally was led by young leader, Gulab Singh Salaria and Lal Chand Gandotra president of the Association.

National Panthers Students Union (NPSU): Continuing their struggle against Corruption the Union held a massive protest at Shaheedi Sathal outside the GGM Science College here today. The Union has been protesting in support of Anna's crusade since the first day of his arrest. The protestors shouted slogans against the Congress led UPA Government. They were led by Abhay Sharma, provincial vice president NPSU. They accused the UPA Government of not taking the issue of corruption seriously and torched the effigy of Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh.

Bharatiya Janata Party, New Plot Mandal: A massive protest was held by BJP against Rahul Gandhi at Tali Morh for his remarks that "if Lokpal would be corrupt then what would be done". The demonstration was led by Rajinder Sharma, state convener of Election Cell of BJP. Addressing the demonstrators he said Mr Gandhi can't mislead the public. Being an MP and general secretary of the Congress Party he should have gone through the Jan Lokpal Bill drafted by civil society of India which has a provision that if Lokpal is corrupt then it could be dismissed by Supreme Court, he added.

Civil Society Muthi: The sit-in-dharna continued for 11th day at Muthi in support of veteran Gandhian and civil society of India who have launched a nation-wide movement against eradication of corruption. The speakers said the protest will continue till Jan Lokpal Bill is passed by Parliament. Girdhari Lal Sharma, Rajesh Thappa, Mukesh Sharma, Inderjeet Gupta, Madan Lal Abrol, Capt (retd) Raj Devf Singh and Kewal Sharma were among others who addressed the protestors.

J&K Movement for Peace and Justice: The movement urged the State and Central Governments to take effective steps to curb the corruption in the State. They stressed on urgent administrative reforms like strong, complete and functionable "State Accountability Commission", "State Vigilance Commission", and purposeful and powerful working of "State Information Commission" where in the functionaries are given enough powers to act and take action and not to be confined to sending reports.

They said the movement launched by Ramdev and Anna Hazare is a tiff of an iceberg.

Those who addressed included Deep Singh, Kuldeep Kumar Rao, Dr G S Charak, R L Raina, S N Saproo and others.

Bharatiya Chaitanya Party (BCP): A candle light procession was organized by BCP at Mubarak Mandi today in support of Anna Hazare. Addressing the demonstrators the national general secretary of BCP, Shiv Sambyal said despite the fact that scam has emerged under present Congress led UPA Government still it is not ready to bring strong anti-corruption law.

People's Democratic Party (PDP): A candle light procession was taken by J&K PDP at Kachi Chawni against State and UPA Government and in support of Anna Hazare and his Jan Lokpal Bill. The procession was led by Vikram Singh, Girish Sharma, Pankaj Gupta, Sachin Sharma and Sonu Saini leaders of PDP. They also held a sit in dharna at Kachi Chawni.

Indian National People's Welfare Society: A rally was held at Bahu Fort near here by the activists of the society under the chairmanship of Sham Prasad Khokhar chairman of the society in support of Anna Hazare and the movement launched by him against corruption.

Central Mahajan Sabha Jammu : In its meeting here today the Sabha has extended whole hearted support to crusade launched by Anna Hazare against corruption.

Coming out in support of Anna Hazare's campaign, Rukhsana, the Kashmiri girl who was awarded the Kirti Chakra for fighting militants, today said that she will join the Gandhian in Delhi in his "war against corruption".

"I support Anna Hazare and his war against corruption. I pray for his long life and his success in his movement," Rukhsana said.

The protest demonstrations continued at Reasi for 11th day today.

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