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Lack of consensus among coalition partners paralyzes Govt.'s functioning: PDP
9/29/2013 10:46:41 PM
EARLY TIMES REPORT
Vijaypur, Sept 29 : Charging Omar Abdullah led regime with propagating anti-people policies, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today observed that present dispensation has virtually become defunct due to fissuring between coalition partners.
Addressing a function to welcome large number of people who joined PDP at Vijaypur, general secretary of the party Thakur Balbir Singh today regretted that developmental activities in the state have become standstill and government seems be paralyzed due to infighting in the two parties running the coalition. "Instead of addressing grievances of the common masses, the ruling elites in the state are more interested to amass wealth by indulging into corruption and illegal means", Singh alleged and pointed out that legalizing corruption was the only noticeable achievements of this regime which has become liability on the people. "Common masses of the state are eagerly waiting for the next assembly elections to throw out this worst ever corrupt regime", he said and exhorted the people to strengthen hands of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and Mehbooba Mufti to get rid from the yoke of this anti-people government.
Calling upon party workers to aggressive pursue agenda of the party, Singh said that PDP has become a uniform force to unite all the regions and sub-regions of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that PDP has already played a historical role in reviving people's faith in democracy and the party has emerged as only alternative of the National Conference in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh regions.
He said that the PDP had translated its promises into realities so people of the State have high hopes from our party and it is duty of the party workers to come up to the expectations of the common masses. Speaking on the occasion, state secretary of PDP, Surinder Choudhary pointed towards over-whelming response of the people towards the party. He said that people have realised only this party has agenda for solving problems of all sections of the society.
"The PDP, through its policies, has succeeded in strengthening relations among different regions and sub-regions of the State", he said and added that PDP led regime has carved out a path of equitable development in the state. "It was only during the PDP led regime that all regions of the State were political empowered and equal treatment was given to all areas in developmental and other activities", he said. Vice president of the youth wing of PDP Rajinder Singh Manhas, Satpal Singh Charak, Jatinder Bhat, Vijay Kumar Choudhary and others also spoke on the occasion.
Later PDP general secretary and other senior leaders including office bearers of Kathua district visited families of militant attack victims. PDP general secretary while interacting with media persons demanded that ex-gratia relief should be immediately released in favour of militant attack victims. He also expressed his condolences with the families of attack victims.
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