PDP saboteurs of peace in JK: Rana
Surinsar, Apr 8: Political Advisor to the Chief Minister, Devender Singh Rana today accused the leadership of main opposition party People’s Democratic Party (PDP) as saboteurs of peace for what he termed as petty political gains.
"It is sad that in a state like Jammu and Kashmir where political parties must rise above politics and work together for the peace and stability, PDP has always indulged in political gimmickry for personal political ends sacrificing the interest of the state and its people,” Rana said while addressing a public rally at Surinsar in Nagrota Assembly constituency here.
Rana said many events including deputing Jagmohan as Governor in 1989, bloodshed and destruction between 1990 to 1996 and Amarnath row in 2008 are stigmas on the political scape of the State.
“This was all been orchestrated by the PDP leadership in one way or the other leading to destabilization of peace in Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
He said Omar Abdullah led coalition Government has taken radical steps to create functional autonomous institutional mechanism to check corruption.
“PDP leadership is in a habit of leveling unsubstantiated, unfounded, vague charges of corruption in the last four years against the present government which is a sad commentary on their mindset,” he said.
He said the PDP leadership has any substantial proof they must approach the autonomous institutions setup by the present government and prove their charges “rather than just giving vent to their frustration by mere hollow sloganeering and leveling motivated charges.”
Rana said the coalition Government has unleashed an era of unparallel, unprecedented development and has taken some important steps to tackle the issue of unemployment.
“The Government is also working to address the issue of unauthorized, fake, adhoc and daily wagers appointments done by the PDP led government between 2002 and 2005. Young men and women who are on the streets clamoring for justice today are the outcrop of plethora of fake, unlawful appointments done between 2002 to 2005 by the PDP government to hoodwink the gullible youth of the State,” he said.
“The present government has taken upon itself the challenge to resolve their issues and not to let them suffer because of the wrong doings of the PDP government. Despite financial constraints we are trying to find via media to dispense justice to them,” Rana added.
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