PDP,BJP trying to spark communal violence: Rana
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Jammu, Apr 10: Chief Minister’ Political Advisor, Devender Singh Rana, on Tuesday alleged that Peoples Democratic Party and Bhartiya Janta Party were trying to spark communal violence in the state.
“PDP and BJP have almost one agenda to mislead the people on the name of region and religion. Both the parties are hand-in-glove behind the curtain and they are hell bent to disturb the public peace at any cost,” Rana said while addressing a gathering here.
He urged people to foil the “nefarious designs” of these parties and give them a beffiting reply.
He lashed out at the PDP and its leaders for what he said, “not co-operating” with the administration for the sake of the people. “ The PDP is waiting for an opportunity to spread the communal violence,” he added..
While appreciating the vision of the National Conference founder and former Chief Minister, late Sheikh Muhammed Abdullah, he said that the road connectivity is the gift of the late leader and now people of the state are enjoying the best transportation facilities. He said that the networking of the bridges in the Jammu region is the one of the finest gifts of the vision of the late leader and there are other numerous people friendly policies which were enacted by the NC stalwart.
He reiterated the commitment of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah for equitable development of three regions of the state. “Chief Minister Omar Abdullah is committed person and will not allow any person to mislead the people on false grounds.”
Counting the achievements of the Omar Abdullah led government, he said that NC led government has introduced the Right To Information (RTI) act to make the administration more transparent and with this act common man can ask any question to the administration. He added that with the RTI act the administration has become more vibrant and transparent, and more over honest.
He said that Jammu & Kashmir government under the wise leadership of Omar Abdullah the government has passed an act Public Service Guarantee Act, which would facilitate the common man to get the work done in the specified time period. “If any officer will not work in the specified time period then he will be punished subsequently for delaying it,” he said.
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