PDP BJP’s creation, alleges National Conference

Mufti Fond Of Former Bureaucrats: Tanveer


Srinagar, Nov 30: The National Conference on Friday said that Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was a creation of Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP).
 “The PDP is neither a political force to reckon with nor does it have organic connections with the people of the state. It is a creation and its trajectory mirrors the career of their patron propped and projected entity aimed to dilute not only the special status of the state but also to create divisions among the people on region and religion basis,” said NC spokesman Tanveer Sadiq in a statement.   
 He alleged that PDP President had showered praises in favour of communal leaders of India for petty monetary gains. “It’s amusing to see a malicious statement from opposition while as they seem to have forgotten, how their leader showered praises in favour of Modi, partnered with Jagmohan to kill innocent people at Gawkadal, Handwara, Hawal and the latest by putting Jethmalani to break a deal for them to grab power. It is a very well known fact that PDP and their leaders are famous for their intrigue and dirty machinations,” he added.
 Asking PDP to look at the trajectory of their founder before issuing bizarre statements, the NC spokesman said “From Congress, Janta Dal, Janta Party, MUF, to forming PDP an off shoot of communal forces, Muftis symbolize the height of opportunism,” Tanvir said.
 Calling PDP a bunch of “turn coats” and “corrupt bureaucrats” the NC Spokesman said: “It’s quite evident that the opposition is gathering all the former corrupt bureaucrats including their ex-Deputy Chief Minister to spend their ill gotten money to grab power” adding “The new entrants along with their old bosses would fail miserably.”
  “Since they failed in doing anything politically, this party has come to such a low level that now an ex-bureaucrat is out to save the sinking ship of PDP by using cheap theatrics to hoodwink people of Doda,” said Sadiq adding “This party has become a safe haven for all these corrupt people who looted the state with both hands", "they have ganged up together including their Kishtwar MLC”
  “The opposition’s patron (Mufti Muhammad  Sayeed) apparently is fond of former bureaucrats who are neck deep in corruption and now this proves how this party is run and funded,” said Tanvir
 Hitting at their former deputy Chief Minister the Tanvir said “We are not afraid of the propagandist approach and unfounded allegations. We have with stood such attacks in the past and have come clean of all allegations leveled against us” said Tanvir  “Beigh Sahib has reached a level where he can be termed as untouchable in politics,” and his statements increasingly “absurd,”  said Tanvir  adding “People will judge Omar Abdullah’s government on the work rather than sloganeering,” he added.

Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 30 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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