PDP constituencies ignored by NC-led govt: Mehbooba
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Jammu, Mar 19: President Peoples Democratic Party Mehbooba Mufti has accused the National Conference led government of adopting discriminatory attitude towards the constituencies represented PDP.
“Instead of giving equal treatments to all regions, this government has been adopting discriminating attitude towards certain areas,” she alleged.
“Some pockets were deliberately ignored by the ruling coalition.
Constituencies represented by opposition are ignored in developmental and other related activities,” she said addressing a public meeting in Marh assembly segment.
She said people of the state have started comparing performance of the present dispensation with the previous coalition regime.
“Decision making powers were trickled down at grassroot level to inculcate a feeling belongingness among all sections of the society.”she added.
“What to say to involving opposition in bigger agenda of development, the ruling National Conference even ignore its coalition partners in taking important policy decisions,” she said.
“In the Mufti Muhammad Sayeed led coalition a number of parties were part of that government but no decision was taken without taking partners into confidence,” she said, adding, “during the previous regime there was a sense of belongingness among all coalition partners but the present government lacks the same”.
She, however, attributed that the National Conference leadership has been taking unilateral decisions on important issues and other partners feeling ignored.
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