National Conference holds convention at Poonch
"Apart from failing on administrative front, the coalition partners have not been able to give a matured political leadership to this sensitive state," Rana said while addressing a day-long delegate convention in the border town here.
He said PDP and BJP, which publicly take pride in boasting of being poles apart ideologically, have no meeting ground and both are working at cross purposes.
"Instead of solving the problems confronting the state, they are playing to galleries and addressing to own political constituencies. The government has lost its credibility and the administration its efficacy due to leadership deficit.
The end sufferers remain the people, who find themselves at the cross roads," he maintained.
Rana exhorted the party functionaries and the grass root level workers to remain in readiness for any political development in near future.
"The unnatural combination can't carry the baggage of contradictions anymore," he said, adding that NC has to gear up for big challenge in the ensuing months. He said power has never been the destination of NC, which he described as a mass movement.
Referring to Srinagar rally led by NC working president Omar Abdullah yesterday, Rana described it as open feedback of the people to over 100 days of 'misgovernance and maladministration.'
"PDP and BJP should read the writing on the wall on the face of historic public resistance rally, first of its kind in the past over 25 years and it should serve as an ultimatum to the government for failing Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh," he added.
"The people of Jammu will also announce their verdict on June 16 when National Conference will hold a massive protest rally in the winter capital in protest against misgovernance," Rana said.