Omar-led regime has failed to carry forward process of peace, reconciliation: Mufti
NC RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL PROBLEMS IN STATE: BEIGH
Jammu, Jan 8: Former Chief Minister and patron Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today said governance and trust deficit is the main reason of fueling alienation of the people.
He regretted that the present regime headed by National Conference has miserably failed to carry forward the peace and reconciliation process started by the previous PDP-Congress government in the state.
Addressing a public meeting at Chatha area to welcome Amrik Singh Reen, who along with hundreds of his supporters has joined PDP today, Sayeed said that with just 16 MLAs in its kitty, PDP had not only changed political discourse of the state but also restored dignity and honour of the people of state by pursuing pro-peace agenda.
“The process of reconciliation and to change destiny of the people is still incomplete because the present regime during the last three years has failed to connect itself with the common masses”, he said and added that alienation among people have been increasing with every passing day due to widening of the gap between the commoners and ruling elites.
“What to say of further consolidating the reconciliatory and peace initiatives made by the previous PDP led government, this coalition regime has even reversed by the whole process through its mis-goverance and mis-deeds”, he said and assured that PDP would aggressively purse the pro-people agenda. “Our party has not only restored peace in the state but also laid strong foundation for accelerating developmental activities in all regions and sub-regions”, he said and reminded that it was only during the regime of PDP that equal treatment was given to all regions of the state.
Asserting that his aim is not to attain power but to make Jammu and Kashmir as an Island of peace, Sayeed reminded that PDP was formed with the aim to uphold the dignity and honour of the resident of the State. “There was a sense of fear and insecurity among the people when PDP was formed in the year 1999”, he pointed out and added that through its pro-peace agenda PDP had not only created a sense of security among the people but also restored dignity of the common masses.
“PDP-Congress coalition had not only restored peace in the state but also created conducive atmosphere for accelerating developmental activities in the State”, he said and mentioned that a package of Rs 24000 crore was sanctioned for the development of the state during that period
“Aim of the PDP is to strengthen emotional integrity among all the regions and sub-regions of the state”, he said and called upon the party workers to spread message of PDP in every nook and corner of the state.
Responding to the demands of locals, he said that PDP would take effective step to solve problems of the refugees.
Speaking on the occasion, former Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Beigh reminded the gathering that PDP led regime had set an example of good governance and carved out a path of equitable development in the state.
Coming down heavily on ruling National Conference, Beigh said that this party was responsible for all problems in the state. He argued that infamous 1987 rigged elections were the main reason of peoples’ anger against the system. He said that NC has never allowed democracy to flourish in the state and leadership of NC has always tried to create division among people for petty political gains.
Prominent among those who joined PDP along with Amreek Singh included
Jasmeet Singh , Harminder Pal Singh, Arminder Singh, Bhupinder Singh, Parvinder Singh Pari, Iqbal Singh, Taranjeet singh, Swaranjeet Singh, Amarjeet Singh, Amarpal Singh and others.
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