PoK DP candidates will be fielded in 2019 LS polls: Chuni - watsupptoday.com
PoK DP candidates will be fielded in 2019 LS polls: Chuni
Posted 19 Mar 2018 01:14 PM

SOS International-an organisation for PoK Displaced Persons, on Sunday decided to field candidates from PoK DPs community in 2019 general elections so that PoK DPs voice can be raised in various forums.
Addressing rally here at Maheshpura Chowk on Sunday, Chairman SOS International, Rajiv Chuni said that the candidates will contest the polls from both Lok Sabha constituencies of Jammu Province i.e, Jammu-Poonch and Udhampur-Doda-Kathua Constituencies.
“To put stop over brutalities on world’s most destitute community, launching our own candidates is the need of hour and it is high time because PoK DPs have been ditched at every sphere of their lives. One government announced something but other government sabotaged the same, one party said something but other party sabotaged that, the process of taking PoK DPs for granted has not stopped till now”, he said.
Chuni asserted that to put a full stop over these practices, PoK DPs will have to shun looking at these hostile parties; PoK DPs must have their own candidates. Speaking further, SOS International Chairman said that time has come for PoK DPs to get united and consolidate their own vote bank for their betterment and to teach severe lesson to hostile parties. He further said that various political parties are in pursuit of playing foul games to gain political mileage over the interest of PoK DPs.
“There is a race going on among political parties to grind their axes and enhance their vote banks by citing the issues of PoK DPs in domain. None of these political parties are losing anything, they are just trying their best and choosing every action so that PoK DPs can be deprived out of their rights. Some parties are in the view of no rehabilitation of PoK DPs and some are trying their best to exploit us by all means as it seems their ultimate goal is to keep us in ultimate state of trauma”, Chuni alleged.
“The Saffron Party has crossed all limitations of discrimination as it has diverse agenda for two communities living in the same State. Every little deed of this party and its leaders are being watched carefully and BJP will have to give account of these”, Chuni stated.
V.K Datta conducted stage proceedings. Others who also spoke were Prof. J.S Mangal, Prof. N.N Sharma, Gurmit Singh Isher, Parmod Ghai, Ved Raj Bali, Sharda Devi, Tilak Raj Sethi, Pardeep Sabharwal and Dharam Vir Gupta.

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