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Wrong policies of PDP-BJP govt responsible for escalation of violence in Kmr: Omar Abdullah
7/11/2018 10:19:58 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Jul 11: National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah today blamed the former PDP-BJP alliance for the escalation of violence in Kashmir. Omar said the previous coalition dispensation left the state brutalized and stoked unprecedented alienation, especially among the youth.
Omar made these observations during the National Conference Legislative Party Meeting at NC Head Office here. The meeting was attended by MLAs and MLCs from the party.
"The PDP-BJP alliance has pushed JK into the throes of turmoil and uncertainty and the rank opportunism that formed the basis of their politics has not only alienated the people but also created chasms between the three regions of the State. We have witnessed rampant persecution, injustices and widespread corruption while this alliance was at the helm of power", said Omar.
The NC Vice President said that PDP President Mehbooba Mufti owes the people of J&K an apology and this apology needs to be delivered without hiding behind smokescreens and the victim-hood of being removed from power. He said that Mehbooba's arrogance had driven her own leaders away and this was another indication of her contempt towards the mandate of 2014 and also her refusal to respect the sentiments of the people at large.
"Mehbooba Ji has lost the faith of her own leaders due to her arrogance and flawed policies. It was none other than her own brother and Former Tourism Minister who said PDP and BJP were 'partners in crime'. In order to become the Chief Minister and to enjoy the spoils of power, Mehbooba Mufti ended up bartering the interests of the state to the highest bidders while ridiculously reserving the right to criticize her own alliance partner simultaneously," he said.
Reiterating the demand for the dissolution of legislative assembly, the NC Vice President said the party believes this was a necessary requirement to end the ongoing phase of uncertainty and speculations that are adding to the sense of cynicism among the people. He said the situation in the state at present is not conducive for the conduct of elections and the Governor's administration should take all possible steps to restore normalcy and a sense of security in the people before a democratic exercise can take place.
"From seeking votes to stop the BJP from coming to power to embracing the BJP to become the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has betrayed her own promises and is responsible for the atmosphere of hopelessness and cynicism that has engulfed our youth and is pushing them away from the mainstream," Omar said.
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