PDP brainchild of BJP: Rana
Marmat (Doda) Dec 24: Chief Minister’s Political Advisor Devender Singh Rana on Monday said that PDP and BJP had a tacit understanding and having realized that they are crumbling under their own weight of dissension within the ranks backed with lack of ideological bonds within the party they are harping to hold on to any straw to stay afloat.
Interacting with the deputations during his 2-day tour to Marmat area, Rana said PDP is a brainchild of BJP. He said it is a creation of BJP to counter the influence of the National Conference.
Rana said PDP owes a lot to the BJP who conceived the idea of floating it. “BJP laid foundation of of the party, funded it and brought it into power between 2002 to 2005.”
Rana said but the experiment proved to be an political aberration as rather than focusing on the welfare of the people of the state during their six year regime they only indulged in rhetoric to play to the galleries to somehow retain power and sacrificed the interest of the people of the state for power.
Taking a dig at the PDP leadership Rana said, “Those who say that coalition government’s performance exists only on paper read papers only and somehow like to be in papers without having any presence on the ground.”
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