PDP indulging in politics of deceit: Rana
Budhal (Rajouri), June 29: Political Advisor to Chief Minister Devender Singh Rana Friday alleged that the People’s Democratic Party and its leadership have “always indulged in politics of conspiracies, deceit and perpetuated lies” on the people of Jammu and Kashmir for their petty political gains.
“Whether it was the murder of democracy in 1984 where in overnight Dr. Farooq Abdullah was removed and Gul Shah was appointed as the Chief Minister of the state or the appointment of Jagmohan as Governor or the firing on the Mirwaiz procession and killing of innocent mourners— all have shades of present PDP leadership,” he alleged.
Rana, who was addressing party workers’ meetings at Budhal and Rajouri on the second day of his week-long tour to the twin border district of Rajouri and Poonch, said that “PDP is a fountain head of conspiracies and a firm believers of Gobbiel’s theory of coming out with lies and then repeating them again and again.”
“The polity of the state and the country as a whole has changed and is looking towards a clean, honest, accountable, transparent political set-up which is not based on small political machinations but on a vision for the larger good of the people,” he said.
“While the PDP leadership has continued with its politics of deceit and hollow sloganeering, National Conference under the leadership of Omar Abdullah has been focusing on value based politics where truth, integrity, clean and good intensions play a pivotal role with the sole aim and objective of providing an effective system of governance.”
Rana said “It is unfortunate that PDP leadership today is crying hoarse about the power crises in the state when during their three year tenure they did not initiate even a single power project which could have helped to improve the power scenario in the state.”
“In fact the RS 3900 crores which was received as power reform grant from 2002 to 2005 was swindled away for cheap political gimmicks rather than initiating power reforms to strengthen transmission and distribution system in the state,” he alleged.
Rana said that “had even Rs. 1000 crore out of Rs. 3900 crore been spent on power reforms during 2002 to 2005 the power scenario today would have been much better.” “On the contrary between 1996 to 2002 Baglihar and Sawlakote were started and the present Omar Abdullah led coalition government has initiated various power projects,” he said.
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