BJP-govt fleecing people by unprecedented taxes: Mir

KT NEWS SERVICE. Dated: 2/25/2021 12:18:49 PM

J&K Cong to intensify protests against Tax terrorism

JAMMU, Feb 24:The J&K Congress today announced to intensify the agitational programme through the length and breadth of Jammu and Kashmir against the government's "Tax Terrorism" by organising seriesof protests,dharnas and arrests to create movement for seeking roll back of unprecedented taxes by the central govt and UT administration.
This was announced here today by the JKPCC Chief G A Mir in a convention of the party in which prominent office bearers of the PCC, District Congress committees, DDC members and candidates besides leaders of frontal wings of the party attended from various districts of Jammu province.A schedule of protest demonstrations was chalked out for different areas of all districts in which people as well workers and senior leader s shall attend.
JKPCC Chief while briefing the media on the sidelines of the convention disclosed the schedule of protests upto March 30, stating that the party units are already protests but it shall be expanded and intensified throughout the Jammu province and Kashmir valley in coming days.
Earlier addressing the gatheringof prominent leaders, Mir said that the government has let loose a reign of terror by imposing heavy taxes of various kinds and the common man is unable to manage his livelihood and day today needs.The BJP government came to power with the slogan of achhe din but has gifted hard day's with unprecedented price hike, rising unemployment,anti-farmers and anti-youth policies and record high taxes.
He said that the government is earning out of the miseries of the people who are made to pay from their nose.Each and every section is sufferings because of the economic policies of the BJP government which has brought the economy to the lowest levels since independence and bringing the common people to the knees.
He said that Congress would organisea series of protests to draw the attention of the government to the hardships faced by the people of Jammu and Kashmir who are more distressed economically due to multiple disturbances in the recent years but have been overburdened with multiple taxes including toll taxes, Road taxes,hike in power and water taxes, hike in registration fee, stamp dutyand now property tax.
He called upon people to rise against the insensitive and indifferent govt fleecing people in the name of taxes.
Prominent Leaders present and who addressed the gathering include former ministers , legislators, DDC members, Corporators councillor including shri Mula Ram, Raman Bhalla, KantaBhan, Balwan Singh, Yogesh Sawhney, Shiv Dev Singh, Manmohan Singh, Rajnish Sharma, Neeraj Kundan, Ashok Sharma,Gurbachan Kumari Rana, Shabir Ahmad Khan, Raman Matto, Th Balbir Singh, , G L chalotra, Krishan Bhagat, Ashok Dogra,T S Bajwa, Haider Sheikh, Ravinder Sharma, adv Shah Mohammad,K KPangotra, Hari Singh Chib, Rajesh Sadhotra, UdeyChib, Sunny Parihar, S Gurdarshan Singh, Vinod Sharma, Suresh Dogra, Gajan Singh, Ch Dwarka, Farooq Katoch,Sain Rasheed, Qayoom Mir,Parveen Sarwar Khan,Ritu Chaudhary, Bhanu Mahajan, Rajinder Singh, Rashpal Bhardwaj, Pankaj Dogra, Gurmeet Kour, Ch. Zaffar Ullah, Sanjeev Panda, Pawan Raina, Sanjeev Sharma, Dr R K Khajuria,Rajveer Singh, Babbal Gupta Nadeem Niaz, Dr. Rashid Choudhury, Sanjeev Sharma,Tirth Bhagat, Kapil Singh, Sajad Tariq, Firdous Mingnoo, Adv Aiyaz, Gulzar Wani, Amrit Bali, Gurmeet Singh, Ravinder Singh, Madan Malagar, Susheel Jamwal, Kuldeep Kumar, Vinod Khajuria, Kajal, Ashok Bhagat, Dr KaranBhagat, Parshotam Mehta, Thomas Khokhar, Camress David, Satish Sharma, Dr Kamal Singh, Sahil Sharma and others.



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