PDP-BJP pushed JK to wall: Cong

PDP-BJP pushed JK to wall: Cong
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Srinagar, Jun 25: The J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Monday held a meeting of Senior Party leaders to review the overall socio-political scenario obtaining in the backdrop of imposition of Governor’s rule in the State and expressed anguish over the current situation prevailing in the valley.
JKPCC President G.A. Mir presided over the meeting in which Senior Party Leaders and Legislators were present.
Former Union Minister Dr. Karan Singh was present in the meeting.
The meeting while taking stock of the current political situation in the State, held threadbare discussions with regard to overall socio-political scenario obtaining in the State in the backdrop of the imposition of Governor’s Rule in the State and blamed both PDP BJP for pushing the entire State to wall.
The meeting also blamed BJP or the crisis in the State, as that, the BJP while eyeing on 2019 Lok Sabha Elections pulled out from the Govt to save it’s image, for the fact, BJP has lost trust of the people of Jammu, the situation has changed people are aware about the designs of Saffron Party, which can go to any extent for political gains.
The meeting also discussed the mis-governance and misrule on the part of PDP BJP coalition in the State, holding them responsible for the deterioration situation in the valley and in Border Areas.
The meeting also lashed out at BJP over failing the people of Jammu on every count, saying that BJP cannot escape the responsibility of the damages caused to the State, as they PDP BJP have equally ruled the State for more than three years, pulling out from the Govt will not wash out the failures and wrong policies of the BJP, the meeting added and said people will not forgive them for the betrayal and exploitation they (PDP BJP) have done to people for power.
JKPCC reiterated it’s appeal to people to maintain peace and contribute to overall development of the State, for the fact, it is the peace and stability, which stands guarantee to safety, security and developmental of the people.
Among others who were present and addressed the meeting included Former MP, Tariq Hamid Karra, MLC Vice President G. N. Monga, MLA Aijaz Ahmad Khan, MLA Usman Majeed, MLA Mohd Amin Bhat, MLA Gulzar Ahmad Wani, MLA Asgar Karbalai, Krishan K. Amla and others. (KNS)