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Price hike: Cong to launch cycle rally on Jan 29

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Uttarakhand Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) vice- president Suryakant Dhasmana said that his party would launch a public campaign through taking out a cycle rally on January 29 which would start from the  State Congress headquarters against the Centre and the State Government’s  anti-people policies and their failure to curb spiralling prices of essential commodities.

The cycle rally would be  led by the PCC president Pritam Singh and it would cover several places  like Clock Tower, Chakrata Road, Kishanpur Chowk, Ballupur Road, GMS Road, Niranjanpur, Clement Town and Mohabbewala. Leader of the Opposition in the State Assembly Indira Hridayesh would flag off the rally, he added while addressing a press conference at Congress Bhawan in the city on Saturday.

Dhasmana alleged that the people have lost confidence  in the  BJP –helmed State Government. He said that the Janata Darbar should be conducted not at  the ruling party’s office but at some other places. Notably, such a darbar has recently seen a transporter storming into it and saying that he had consumed poison following grim financial loss triggered by demonetisation and GST.  He had succumbed a few days later, sparking an outrage across the state. “The state government should release a white paper detailing the status of the complaints received  during such gatherings at the BJP office and the status of their  disposal,” he said.

Dhasmana further said that since the time the BJP came into power  at the centre  and the state, prices of the of essential commodities keep sky rocketing. He cited spiralling prices of   petrol, diesel, cooking gas, pulses, food grains and some other essential items. He added that the price of onions has jumped  multiple times, saying that the government has landed the people in misery having failed  rein in on the  steadily rising prices of the essential fuel and kitchen items.

 
 
 
 
 

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