PDP-BJP have a tacit understanding: Rana
R.S. Pura (Jammu) Apr 1: Political Advisor to the Chief Minister Devender Singh Rana today said that the People’s Democratic Party and Bharatiya Janata Party have a tacit understanding to create disharmony and destabilize the peace process in Jammu and Kashmir for their petty political ends.
“They (PDP-BJP) are the two faces of the same coin who are bent upon defeating the secular forces in the state without bothering for the welfare of the people of the state who have suffered because of their nefarious designs,” Rana said addressing a public meeting in Panchayat Kalyana of R.S. Pura assembly constituency.
Rana said that the PDP was created by the BJP during the Vajpayee government with the sole aim of creating fissures in the secular fabric of Jammu and Kashmir by orchestrating the defeat of the National Conference in 2002 elections which is the true representative of the people of Jammu & Kashmir and has a strong footing in all the three regions cutting across religious lines.
“People have not forgotten and will not pardon PDP and BJP for sowing the seeds of mistrust and hatred in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that the miseries inflicted on the people of the state in 2008 are still alive and afresh in the minds of the people.”
Rana said history is witness to the rich traditions of the Hindu-Muslim-Sikh unity nurtured and safeguarded by the National Conference against all odds. He said that the National Conference in coalition with the Congress has continued its efforts to strengthen the state’s pluralistic ethos and strengthen the bonds of love between various sections of the society.
Rana said National Conference symbolizes the unity and amity between various sections of the society and all the regions of the state and will not allow the fringe elements either in Jammu or in Kashmir to play the regional card.
The Political Advisor said that under the leadership of Omar Abdullah, the state government is perusing the agenda of equitable development and harmony in the state. He said achievements registered and measures taken during the last three years on socio-economic and political fronts to upgrade development and bring in peace and stability itself speak loud and clear.
Rana said that peace benefits of 2011 have helped to fast track the development, generate economic activities and restore the tourism in the state.
He said that peace is imperative for development and employment generation and asked the people to extend their fullest cooperation to the government in maintaining calm and tranquility in the state and defeat the nefarious designs of the PDP and the BJP who are hell bent upon to create wedge in the society and disturb peace and communal harmony.
Addressing the gathering, Provincial President J&K National Conference Jammu province Rattan Lal Gupta said that the state National Conference- Congress coalition government under the leadership of Omar Abdullah has given a new political discourse to the state by starting an era of clean, ethical, value based politics.
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