Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir unit of BJP
will launch on November 2 `Jan Jagran Yatras` from four places
in the state to target the Omar Abdullah-led government on
issues of "corruption and deficit in development".
"We will launch 10 days long Jan Jagran Yatras from four
areas of Hiranagar (Kathua), Paddar (Kishtwar), Samba and
Poonch from November 2 against the corruption, scam, deficit
in development and governance in the state," state BJP chief
Shamsher Singh Manhas told reporters here today.
Manhas, who released two documents containing the issues
confronting the state, demanded resignation of Chief Minister
Omar Abdullah, alleging that the NC-led coalition had become a
den of corruption.
He was flanked by National Executive members Nirmal
Singh, Ashok Khajuria (MLA) and Jugal Kishore Sharma (MLA) --
who will be leading the four yatras ahead of the arrival of L
K Advani`s Jan Chetna Yatra here on November 16.
Manhas alleged that instead of attending to the problems
of refugees, farmers, unemployed youths and other sections,
the state government was busy promoting dynastic rule and
encouraging corrupt elements.