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PDP-BJP 'strained' relationship led to flyover's hasty inauguration
5/17/2018 12:13:47 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 16: Even as the ruling Peoples Democratic Party-Bharatiya Janta Party alliance is accused of "hurried" inauguration of the Jahangir Chowk Ram Bagh flyover, even without waiting to the first phase of a structure to complete, sources said internal bickering between the PDP and the BJP remained the main cause of the "early commissioning."
Sources said the PDP-BJP relations have turned so strained that the PDP was even apprehensive to wait for a month more for the "Phase I of the project to complete fully."
Pertinently, the wing the concrete structure towards the Natipora is still incomplete whereas it will take around a month more to complete.
Observers had been saying that if the government was so desperate to dedicate the corridor to the people, the ruling dispensation should have alteast waited for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled visit to the state on May 19.
Sources said the PDP leadership was so insure about the continuation of the alliance that it didn't wait even for the PM's scheduled visit. As already reported by Early Times, official machinery has taken an exception of the inauguration of the biggest ever infrastructure project albeit in the absence of the PM.
Amid growing distances between the alliance partners, the PDP-BJP had even parted ways over several issues.
There are equally numerous issues within the alliance partners over the way Kathua rape and murder was tackled and how Operation All Out is working in Kashmir.
"As of now the two parties are not on the same page and things about their survival will get clear only after the new government comes to power in Karnataka," the sources said.
Sources said the PDP has been apprehensive about continuation of alliance and things would get clear only in the coming days.
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