Visit Udhampur to see real development: Dr. Jitendra Singh Challenges Critics

Visit Udhampur to see real development: Dr. Jitendra Singh Challenges Critics

Accuses Congress of subservience to Kashmir-centric policies, says Modi ensured equitable growth

Jammu, Mar 22: Dr. Jitendra Singh, BJP’s nominee for the Udhampur parliamentary seat, kicked off his election campaign by addressing a public gathering at Ramlila Maidan in Kathua. Asserting the strides made in development, Singh urged skeptics to visit the Udhampur constituency to witness progress firsthand.

As per the news agency accompanied by Water Resources Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Singh emphasized that detractors who claim development has not occurred fail to recognize the tangible advancements taking place. He cited examples such as improved access to education, illustrated by the enrollment of local children in medical colleges and enhanced connectivity via expressways linking to Delhi.

He highlighted his role in facilitating the installation of Maharaja Gulab Singh’s statue at Lakhanpur, contrasting it with the previous administration’s perceived subservience to Kashmir-centric policies.

Singh also criticized the Congress party for allegedly neglecting the interests of the region, particularly regarding the revocation of the Dogra Certificate and disparities in youth reservations. He underscored the Modi government’s commitment to rectifying such injustices, pointing to recent initiatives aimed at ensuring equitable treatment for the youth of Kathua, Doda, and Udhampur—(KNO)

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