PDP-BJP rule was darkest era in JK’s history: Shaheen

 

Ukharhal, Jul 10: Terming Mehbooba Mufti lead PDP-BJP government as the darkest era in the history of J&K state, National Conference leader and District President, Ramban Sajjad Shaheen said that the three and a half years unholy alliance that has ended a few weeks back was an abject failure on deliverance front, saying that the PDP that had promised people “good governance and Healing touch” only brought miseries and destruction to the state & said that lofty promises made by these parties have proven to be an hoax.
“The people are feeling deceived, as the coalition completely failed in mitigating their problems, which have accumulated during the past more than three years”, Shaheen said while welcoming scores of the Congress, PDP & BJP workers in the National Conference fold, during a daylong monthly meeting of party functionaries of party’s Pogal-Paristan block at Ukharhal today.
Shaheen described the three years of the coalition as a period of despair, discontentment and disillusionment, saying the government was finding itself in a state of bewilderment as to what all is there to make noise about as its performance & said there was no governance visible on the ground at all.
On the occasion, several prominent workers of the Congress, PDP and BJP joined National Conference and reposed their faith in its policies and programmes.
Welcoming the new entrants, Shaheen hoped that their joining will further strengthen the party at the grass roots level.
He said National Conference has to gear up in a big way to meet the challenges faced to the state due to political instability unfolded by insensitive north pole south pole alliance.
Block President Pogal-Paristan and Ramsoo Riyaz Ahmed Mir & Nisar Ahmed Sohil, Mohd Khalil Sohil, Vice block Presidents Bahar Ahmed Naik & Ab Rashid Deng, block Secretary Shakib ur Rehman Runyal, Youth block presidents Thakur Jagjit Singh & Mohd Imtyaz Deng, besides Gulam Qadir Wani, Wahid ur Rehman Lohar, Haji Abdul Aziz, Mushtaq Ahmed sheikh, Mujeeb ur Rehman and others also spoke in the meeting. (KNS)