Provincial President of National Conference Devender Singh Rana on Saturday 'ridiculed' PDP-BJP dispensation for what he called showing high degree of intolerance to dissent and aversion to peaceful protests.
He also said this amounts to gagging democratic voice in Jammu and Kashmir.
In a party statement, Rana said "While spree of arrests has become a norm in Kashmir, the government has heavily come down on the helpless striking need-based workers of PHE, PDD and other departments, who are just reminding the coalition about their promise of regularizing them."
He described the present government as anti-employees, saying the insensitive dispensation has failed in satiating their urges and aspirations.
The Provincial President said that failure in meeting the aspirations of people and restoring normalcy in the trouble-torn Valley has frustrated the government to such an extent that it was now 'resorting to most inhuman tactics to establish its authority'.
"The so-called moral grandstanding has fallen into bits and pieces and the real face of the coalition is haunting those who supported them during elections," Rana said, adding, "the people were realizing the folly of reposing their faith in the parties which are not only self-centric but anti-people as well."