PP tells Governor to dismiss coalition government
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Jammu, June 30: Urging J&K Governor N N Vohra to dismiss the Omar Abdullah government for "total failure" on all fronts, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party today alleged that the coalition partners had lost grip over the administration and law and order machinery in the state.
"The NC-Congress coalition government led by Omar Abdullah has total lost grip over the state administration and law and order machinery.
Omar has failed on all fronts, particularly the law and order front as the situation in Kashmir has slipped to the situation that prevailed in 1990s," JKNPP, youth president, Rafiq Shah, said while addressing a press conference here today.
He said the coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir has lost its moral right and credibility to rule as lawlessness was the order of the day.
Shah, said that the chief minister himself admitted that the security forces do not act according to government directions.
"In the given circumstance, the government has no option left except to resign immediately so that confidence in the general public may be immediately resorted," he said, and demanded that the J-K governor immediately dismiss the coalition government.
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