Pak mischief won’t hamper Independence day craze: Dr Jitendra -
Pak mischief won’t hamper Independence day craze: Dr Jitendra
Posted 14 Aug 2017 04:22 PM

Asserting that Pakistan’s mischief won’t thwart Independence Day fervor, Union Minister of State in PMO with Independent charge of North Eastern States, Dr Jitendra Singh today said that this year’s Independence Day being most significant will be celebrated with much fanfare across the country as well as J&K.
Talking to reporters at the sidelines of the Tiranga Yatra organized by the Party in connection with celebration of 75th anniversary of Quit India Movement and 70th year of India’s Independence, Dr Jitendra Singh said “Pakistan has been making such mischief from years together on Republic Day and Independence Day but I can say with confidence that Islamabad won’t succeed in its misadventures as people have resolved to celebrate this year’s Independence Day with much more fanfare across the State”.
Dr Jitendra Singh said Islamabad has been supporting terrorism in Kashmir valley but the people of the State as well as the youth including the daughters of Kashmir have seen through their gameplan and they want to become the part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s campaign of New India. “This can be gauged from the fact that the youth of Kashmir are doing commendably well and they have performed far better than youth of other parts of country in Civil Services and IIT examinations. “They are the aspirational youth and they want to march ahead with the youth of the rest of the country”, he added.
Maintaining that the war against terrorism in J&K is entering a decisive phase, Dr Jitendra Singh said the security forces are doing a commendable job and the terrorists are on run.
He said that terrorism is confined to three to four districts of the J&K State only which has 22 districts and the Government is confident that soon it will be weeded out from these districts also.
Lashing out at politicians for supporting the separatists Dr Jitendra Singh said that separatists are controlled by two type of politicians in the Valley. One are those who have developed a vested interest in turmoil and others are those who when out of power speak one language and when in power speak other language, he added.
Maintaining that the Tricolur will continue to unfurl high in Valley for centuries to come as J&K is an integral part of India, Dr Jitendra Singh said the National Flag has always flown high in J&K and it will continue to fly with same glory in the State for centuries to come as the nation has given a lot of sacrifice for the same. “The greatest sacrifice was made for unfurling of the Tricolour in the State by Shyama Prasad Mukerjee in 1952”, he added.
He said that the National Tricolour and J&K are inseparable from each other and there should be no doubts about the same.
Commending the role of armed forces fighting terrorism and ceasefire violation, from across the border, Dr Jitendra Singh said the nation is indebted to our brave soldiers guarding us on borders and inside. “We are safe inside because of them and Indian Army has always shown valour and courage during testing times”, he added.
Dr Jitendra Singh in response to a question on recent warning of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that Centre is trying to revoke Article 35A of Indian Constitution, Dr Jitendra Singh said that matter is sub-judice and hence no one should make comment on the same. He said that BJP leadership in Delhi has instead advised the State coalition to concentrate on good governance and solving the problems electricity, drinking water faced by the people of the State and also implementation of developmental schemes in letter and spirit.
Later addressing the Tiranga Rally organized by BJYM and BJP jointly, Dr Jitendra Singh said that this year the country is celebrating 75th year of Quit India Movement and in 1924 when Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi launched Quit India Movement from August Kranti Maidan Mumbai gave a call “Karon Ga Ya Maroon Gaa”(do or die). The sequence of events which took place in five years from 1942 to 1947 resulted into India’s freedom from Britheshers on August 15, 1947 he added.
Dr Jitendra Singh said likewise to liberate India from some evils Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given the call for five years by chanting the Mantra of “Sankalp to Sidhi”to liberate the nation from corruption, terrorism, casteism, communalism, malnutrition, illiteracy, unemployment and insanitation.
Dr Jitendra Singh said J&K has seen too much turmoil due to separatism and terrorism and now it is the time to fight for virtues as whole of India is concerned about the State.
The rally was also addressed by BJP State president, Sat Sharma. He asked the youth to take a solemn pledge to work for making New India by removing social evils prevailing in the country and fulfilling the dreams of Prime Minister Narendra Modi by 2022 when India will be celebrating 75th year of Independence.
The rally was flagged off from Kachhi Chawani by Dr Jitendra Singh along with Sat Sharma, BJP MLA and chief whip in Assembly Rajesh Gupta and Party general secretary (Org) Ashok Kaul, State secretary BJP Sanjay Baru and BJYM president Dr Suresh Ajay Mangotra. The rally after passing through various bazaars of the city culminated at Kachhi Chawni.
The Tiranga rallies were also organized in Akhnoor which was flagged off by MLA Akhnoor Rajiv Sharma and MLA Khour Dr Krishan Lal Bhagat. The rally started from Kameshwar Temple Akhnoor and culminated at Pouni Chowk Akhnoor.
Another rally was organized at Rajouri by BJYM and BJP which was flagged off by MLC Vibodh Gupta.
BJP and BJYM activists also took out a rally at Samba which was flagged off by senior Party leader and MP (RS) Shamsher Singh Manhas and BJP MLA, Dr D K Manyal.

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