NC always exploited City for personal gains: PDP
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Mar 22: Accusing successive National Conference regimes of “ creating all civic problems being faced by the Srinagarites”, District President of Peoples Democratic Party and MLC Muhammad Ashraf Mir Thursday said the NC regimes have done nothing for the betterment of the City dwellers.
Addressing a workers meeting in Munawarabad area, Mir said during the regime of PDP various developmental projects were started to provide basic amenities to the residents of Srinagar city but the present government has failed to complete those projects.
“What to say of taking new initiatives for this City, the present government has miserably failed to even carry forward the development agenda formulated by the previous coalition regime for Srinagar,” he said.
On this occasion Secretary Coordination Ab Hameed Kosheen, Organising Secretary Mudasir Khan, Zone president Muneeb Ahmed Bhat, youth zone President Sheikh Parvez Ahmed were also present and spoke to the gathering.
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