National Conference Provincial President Devender Singh Rana on Tuesday blamed PDP-BJP combine for plunging Jammu and Kashmir into crisis like situation due to inherent contradictions within the coalition and lack of political vision.
"During past one and a half year, the wheels of development have jammed and the era of peace, dawned due to sustained efforts of National Conference, shattered thus exposing people to miseries and insecurity", Rana said while interacting with residents of Bajalta and Upper Kanna Chargal Panchayats this afternoon.
Rana expressed concern over difficult situation under which the state is passing through and said the economic activity has come to standstill and the security of people remains in jeopardy. "In such a situation, the government seems to be clueless how to restore normalcy", he said while expressing sympathies with all those who have suffered in recent days.
He asked the coalition partners, especially the BJP to shun blame-game and instead introspect over its failures. He said the BJP has not only betrayed people by shirking its responsibilities as a partner in the government but also adopting provocative posturing to further ignite the situation.
The Provincial President assailed the BJP for showing immense degree of sensitivity towards tourists and pilgrims stranded at various places, saying the government is not to be seen anywhere. He hoped the return of peace and normalcy soon, which he described imperative for a sensitive like Jammu and Kashmir.