Cong demands release of Boundary Commission report

J&K: Cong calls for release of Boundary Commission report

Jammu, Mar 5 (UNI) Leaders of the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress held a protest on Saturday demanding that the revised boundary report be made available in the public domain. Led by President Uday Chib, hundreds of Youth Congress activists gathered near the Press Club Jammu and shouted slogans against the Boundary Commission, which they say is working at the behest of the BJP government at the Centre. Speaking to reporters, Chib said it is truly ironic that under BJP rule, even organizing peaceful protests has become a crime, which is evident from the fact that a large number of leaders and activists in the Youth Congress were arrested by police on Saturday. The senior JKPYC official said his party activists were raising genuine concern at the protest as the Boundary Commission appears to be playing with the feelings of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that several delegations met with the Boundary Commission during his visit to Jammu and Kashmir to present their objections and suggestions, but the commission did not bother to give them due attention and instead prepared the report as per instructions and convenience of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmiri BJP leaders. Chib said this position is evidenced by the fact that an audio conversation between Ravinder Raina and Shakti Parihar in this context went viral on social media, indicating that the report was ready long before the Commission’s visit to J&K. . “The people of Jammu and Kashmir are not satisfied with the draft report proposed by the Boundaries Commission,” he said, adding that it is an open secret that even hundreds of BJP workers have protested and tendered their resignation in response to the glaring differences in the reshuffle. of constituencies. People feel neglected and deprived of their real rights besides seeing the Commission’s decision to snatch the substantial part of their constituency, which is a grave injustice to the people of this union territory, a- he added. Chib said it is probably due to a reshuffling of constituencies that this report has not been released into the public domain till date. He demanded that the Commission publish the finalized report as soon as possible. Concerned about the visit of the BJP national chairman to Jammu on March 7, Uday said it seemed that Nadda’s visit was to be linked to securing new seats in the Assembly as has already been proven with the BJP leader’s viral conversation that party leaders already know. on the ongoing delimitation of constituencies. UNI VBH ACL1915

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