Srinagar development frustrates PDP: NC

Muftis creating urban-rural divide among people: Tanvir Sadiq

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Srinagar, Nov 13:  Ruling National Conference Tuesday accused the Peoples Democratic Party of creating rural-urban divide in Kashmir adding that the PDP’s recent statement against NC was “bunch of lies and distorted facts.”
 Labelling the PDP Patron, Mufti Muhammad Sayed as “old intriguer”, the NC’s young spokesman Tanvir Sadiq said: “The gerontocratic politician, in a classic instance of hoodwinking the gullible by negative campaigning has pointed out to the alleged paucity of infrastructure in Srinagar City, and scurrilously alleging that Srinagar is the swing factor that allows the National Conference to come to power.”
 Sadiq in a statement said “old intriguer has rattled off a few figures and stats in support of his wildly overboard and delusional allegations” adding “Mufti Sahib once again flaunting a piece of paper and distorting facts”
 “Should we believe the same PDP and their leaders who almost shifted the secretariat from Srinagar, stalled the urban reform bill to ensure that GOI does not release funds?” Sadiq questioned.  “Srinagar, and now the whole of Kashmir will never trust him as everyone has realized PDP’s game plan and agenda. Mufti, Mehbooba, Beigh are divisive, diversionary, foul and negative,” said Sadiq.
 “By hollow slogans, mere tours of the City with a handful of sycophants doesn’t give development but commitment does,” Sadiq said adding “as actions speak louder than words and the National Conference under the leadership of Omar Abdullah is developing Srinagar like never before.”
 “Mufti talks about election boycott in 8 seats of Srinagar and says that we form government on that basis; let me remind him if his age stops him from reading facts that 20 other seats our party won are from rural areas of the state and in Jammu region alone we came second in 15 seats and lost with few votes.”
 “Mufti’s double standards and double game-saying one thing to the people of Srinagar and another to the rural- has been exposed and his dream of ever coming to power will not only remain unfulfilled but turn into his worst nightmare” said Sadiq.
 Taking a dig at PDP President Mehbooba Mufti, Sadiq said she “had been shredding crocodiles tears for all those who they and their regime killed”. “Their (PDP) confusion, frustration is obvious because half of their legislators are deserting them,” Sadiq said adding “Leave Srinagar they will be wiped out in both south Kashmir and north.”
 He said the NC led government would “always jealously ensure equitable development of entire state.”
 While “highlighting the historic steps taken by the Omar Abdullah Government”, the NC spokesman said: “The amount of development works is a matter of frustration for Muftis.”
  Explaining his point he said: “The 24 crore project on a 2 km stretch to develop craft bazaars, retail outlets, refreshment kiosks, production centers and battery operated cars is another hallmark towards developing the City and even the success of Sangarmal Mall cannot be ignored.”
 “The four lane expressway at a cost of Rs. 243.6 cr from Dalgate to Rambagh is on cards, completion of Rainawari hospital, 200-bed paediatric hospital at Dewan Bagh, 250 bed maternity hospital and the 161 crore super specialty hospital is nearing completion,” said Tanvir.
 Giving details of other developments, Sadiq said: “Syed Mirak Shah road, Zadibal to Pandach Road, Zaina Kadal, Zero Bridge facelift, Habba Kadal bridge, construction of Makhdoom Sahib Community Hall, Rangil Water Supply Scheme, lighting of public parks are some of the projects under execution.”

Lastupdate on : Tue, 13 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 13 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 14 Nov 2012 00:00:00 IST




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