"After protracting drama over the formation of government, the PDP is seeing now the coalition as unpopular while BJP is crushing its core agenda to get into the government", Rana said while addressing workers during several interactions at Keri, Chrangal, Mathwar and Rabta in the constituency.
He said the opportunistic partners have brought the state to such an impasse where public interest has fallen prey to personal ambitions. "The people have been watching the political developments with disgust and are wondering as to how the coalition partners could trample the mandate they had given for steering the state to peace, progress and development", he said.
Rana expressed surprise over the realization dawning on PDP after nearly a year, as its leaders kept eulogizing the coalition and the political acumen of RSS and the BJP Prime Minister. "During electioneering, they kept telling voters something different and vowing not to allow RSS footprints in the Valley", he said and advised the PDP to shun hypocrisy and make public admission of their wrong judgement, misgovernance and poor performance.
Urging the party cadre to gear up for the big democratic exercise, saying though avoidable for a poor state like Jammu and Kashmir yet necessary to get the state out of morass and mess, created by the PDP-BJP combine. He said the duo owes moral responsibility for putting the state in a situation where development remained a far cry and peoples' problems multiplied with each passing day.