Admin system completely collapsed: Mufti
NC always propagate divisive policies: Beigh
Jammu, June 26: Patron of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Muhammad Sayeed today said that administrative system has totally collapsed in the state and the National Conference (NC) led coalition regime has failed to carry forward the agenda of peace and development.
Addressing one- day convention of senior party leaders and workers of Jammu province, Mufti regretted that the present dispensation has undermined all democratic institutions be it Urban Local Bodies, Panchayats or Assembly.
“The present regime has failed to bring transparency and accountability in the government”, he said and reminded that gathering that during PDP led coalition more than one lakh youth were recruited with transparency and accountability and only deserving youth were given government jobs. “We institutionalised the recruitment process during our tenure”, he said.
Reiterating demand of the PDP to take back hydro-electric projects from NHPC, he emphasized on giving maximum employment to the local in new hydro electric projects to be constructed in Chenab Valley.
Speaking on the occasion, former Deputy Chief Minister Muzaffar Hussain Beigh said that National Conference leadership has always propagated divisive policy for petty political gains. He regretted that instead of bridging the gap between different regions, NC leadership has always tried to widen the gap to accomplish its nefarious agenda.
Pointing towards prevailing power crises in the state especially in Jammu region, Beigh said that during PDP led regime the government used to annually purchased power to the tone of Rs 1350 crore but the present regime has been purchasing power to the tone of Rs 3200 crore per annum but still the people were struggling to get power for just a couple of hours throughout the day. He mentioned that during PDP led regime neither Baglihar nor Dul Hasti projects were commissioned. “On the one hand power generation has been increased in the state while on the other purchasing bill of the power has also crossed Rs 3200 crore but still people are not getting power”, he regretted.
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