Sadhotra attacks PDP
Jammu Dec 2: Senior National Conference leader and Member of Legislative Council Ajay Sadhotra on Friday accused Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of hatching a conspiracy to divide JK on regional and ethnic lines.
“PDP has written a new chapter in history of JK by encouraging the disruptive politics. It is making all out efforts to divide the state on regional, religion and on ethnic lines by trying to create differences between various communities including Shias and Sunis,” Sadhotra said while addressing NC workers from Marh constituency here.
“Credit goes to Mufti Sahib and other PDP leaders for JK attaining the status of No.1 corrupt state in the country,” he said. “During three years of PDP rule, the people were fed with hollow slogans like Peace with Dignity and Healing Touch.”
He advised PDP leadership to conduct thorough introspection. “Wait till 2015 if you (PDP) believe in democracy,” he added.
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