Muzaffar castigates NC-Cong
Srinagar, May 6: Senior vice-president of Awami National Conference Muzzafar Shah today said that the NC- Congress coalition Government has “proven disastrous” for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
“There are no future prospects for six lakh unemployed youth. The State has external and internal debt of Rs 35,000 crores. There is no policy for utilization of natural resources, corruption having eaten into the basics of our system. Besides there is no solid plan for a peaceful solution of the Kashmir problem,” Shah, according an ANC spokesman, said while addressing party workers at Jammu today.
“People of all the three regions of J&K are looking forward to a dynamic, efficient , honest political alternative which could pull the state out of the present chaos created by political and administrative failure,” Shah said.
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