NC policies have frustrated PDP: Dr Kamal
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, May 18: Senior National Conference leader and additional General Secretary of the party, Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal today said that the opposition parties, particularly PDP, were ‘frustrated’ to witness the ‘historical decisions’ taken by the Omar Abdullah led coalition government in the state.
“The government has taken landmark initiatives including RTI, accountability Commission, SKEWP, Panchayat elections and PSGA in the state during the last three years which has added thrust to the working and transparency of government departments”, Dr Kamal said, while addressing various public meetings in Udhampur district.
He asserted that basic purpose of these initiatives is to make the system transparent and to provide speedy services to the people. “The decisions of Omar Abdullah are showing positive results and people are appreciating the initiatives being taken by the government”, he said.
He said that PDP wants to grab power by all means and its leadership is trying best to weaken the coalition government in the state for their pity political gains.
NC provincial president Rattan Lal Gupta said that his party was committed for the overall development and prosperity of the state. The NC, he said, stands for the communal brotherhood, unity and integrity of the state at all cost and all those who are trying to divide people on various lines have been exposed before the public.
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