PDP power hungry, frustrated with Omar’s historical decisions: NC
Poonch, Sep 24: National Conference senior leader and additional General Secretary, Dr Sheikh Mustafa Kamal today came down heavily on the opposition parties, particularly PDP, saying that they were ‘frustrated’ to witness the ‘historical decisions’ taken by the Omar Abdullah led government in the state.
“The government has taken landmark initiatives regarding RTI, Accountability Commission, SKEWPY, Panchayat elections in the state during the last three and a half years which has added thrust to the working and transparency of government departments”, Dr Kamal said, while addressing public at Chakantala Bagh here.
He said “PDP wants to grab power by all means and its leadership is trying their best to weaken the government in the state for their pity political gains.” “NC-Congress coalition is successful and strong.”
“People of Jammu and Kashmir have not forgotten the dubious role PDP played in destabilizing the Azad led government in 2008 and then the effort to subvert the elections of 2008. The only politics PDP knows is a politics of dubious machinations of destabilizing the state’s political framework,” Dr. Kamal said.
Lambasting people who claim rigging in 1987 elections, Dr. Kamal said the elections are conducted by the Election commission of India and not by any political party and anybody doubting the election process is directly pointing fingers at the fairness and integrity of these institutions or Commissions.
“PDP will face many defeats because of their wrong policies and anti- people stand and people will defeat them overwhelmingly” said Dr Kamal.
Countering the claim that water of the state were sold by NC, Dr. Kamal said it was the then government in 1960 of India, Pakistan and of the state when Indus water treaty was signed. He said most of the NC leadership including Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah was in Jail “How can anyone from our party sign it” he asked.
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