‘Register FIR against Ministers, MLAs, bureaucrats for illegal appointments’ - watsupptoday.com
‘Register FIR against Ministers, MLAs, bureaucrats for illegal appointments’
Posted 30 Oct 2018 05:31 PM

JAMMU: Asserting that Panthers Party’s voice against corrupt practices under BJP-PDP rule is vindicated by Governor’s sensational disclosures of late, scores of NPP activists led by Harsh Dev Singh, Chairman JKNPP and other leaders staged a protest at Exhibition Ground here on Monday.
While raising slogans against the erstwhile coalition, the agitated protesters demanded an immediate CBI probe against the corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and officers for their alleged involvement in all illegal appointments besides large scale irregularities and scams done in various departments in the erstwhile regime.
Pointing towards the most sensational disclosures made by the State Governor in the media recently, Harsh said that the exposure of health insurance scam and the replacement of entire select list of J&K Bank by political appointees was only a tip of the ice-berg with the BJP-PDP combine having crossed all limits of notoriety in making selections to public services besides its involvement in massive bungling and other scams in various departments including PDD, Health, Forests, Education, PHE, PWD, Industries besides others.
Seeking a CBI probe into biggest ever ‘appointment scam’ carried out during the BJP-PDP rule in the state, Harsh called for initiation of criminal proceedings and strict punitive action against all the politicians, bureaucrats and officers in league who openly misused their authority to rob the due share of gullible youth for filling their personal coffers.
Among those who spoke on the occasion included Manju Singh, Rajesh Padgotra, Kesar Parveen Adv, Neeraj Devi, Yogita, Jyoti, Neelam, Nisha, Gagan Partap Singh, Sham Gorkha, Capt. Anil Gour, Rajiv Mahajan, Dr. Ripu Dawan Sharma, Kulbhushan Attri, Rajesh Gondhi, Nirmal Kishore, K.K Sharma, Ch. Surinder Chouhan, Rashpaul Singh, Udhayveer Singh, S. Vejinder Pal Singh, Bachan Dass, Rohit Sharma, Rakesh Verma, Joginder Singh, Jeevan Sharma and Ashok Chouhan.

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