Srinagar: Peoples Democratic Party has condemned administration denying permission to allow Sarpanchs and Panchs to hold a conference at in Government Dak Banglow in south Kashmir’s Islamabad (Anantnag) town on Wednesday.
A PDP spokesman said this was yet another instance of the NC led government’s arrogance and intolerance towards democratic institutions.
The spokesman said the Panchs and Sarpanchs are exercising their democratic right in demanding empowerment of the Panchayat institutions.
He reiterated that PDP would not rest till a genuine three tier Panchyati Raaj system was established in the state with full powers.
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