Govt failed to fulfil its commitments: PDP
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Jammu, Jan 16: The Peoples Democratic Party Saturday alleged that the Omar Abdullah led government has failed to fulfill its commitment on “sadak, paani, bijli and rozgaar”, saying the Chief Minister was instead trying to hoodwink the people by mere sloganeering.
In a statement PDP youth wing president, Bashir Assad, said while the employment situation continues to remain grim, employability has drastically declined
“Semi-employed educated youth in various departments are being pushed to the wall and the promises made with them also proved to be a non-starter. Agriculture technocrats, PDD daily wagers, ISM paramedics, contractual appointees in various organizations are starving and when they come to the streets to press for their genuine demands, they are being subjected to brute force,” he said
Assad said Bomai Sopur, Khaigam Pakherpora and Nawhatta killings followed by the rape and murder of two women in Shopian last May have punctured the claims of zero-tolerance on human rights violations made by the Chief Minister.
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