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NC hits Govt over high price rise

National Conference today hit at the Government for high price rise of basic commodities alleging that uneven increase in petroleum products has led to severe burden on common masses and also stated that Government is not having any policy for unemployed youth of state.
The statement has been issued by Youth National Conference Provincial President Ajaz Jan in a youth convention held at Udhampur.
Convention was attended by party cadre from across the district wherein party workers raised several issues of public concern alleging poor state of affairs.
Convention was chaired by Youth NC Provincial President Ajaz Jan alongwith other provincial body leaders of Youth NC.
Addressing the convention, Ajaz Jan hit at the Government for high price rise.
“Price of petroleum products especially diesel and petrol as well as LPG cylinders have increased many folds with Governments claim of low inflation confined to papers only.
Jan also said that PDP – BJP Government has destroyed peace in Jammu and Kashmir and worrisome situation prevailing everywhere adding that Government is not having any kind of policy in its hand for unemployed youth who are facing problems in jobs and daily needs. PDP – BJP has betrayed the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Jan also said that some so called religious organisations are spreading hate politics in state but there is no space for hate politics.
Jan also asked party cadre to strengthen party at grass roots level and asked all people that together we are strong and our nation is strong.


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