Govt setting new benchmarks on governance, financial, development fronts: Tak

Excelsior Correspondent

KISHTWAR, Feb 28: Taking a dig on opposition National Conference (NC) and Congress for playing negative politics for their vested interests, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) MLC Firdous Tak today said that the present coalition Government led by PDP is setting new benchmarks on governance, financial and development fronts.
“The Government has a focused strategy and plans in order to transform the Jammu and Kashmir and bring it out of the chaos and confusion besides ensuring financial stability”, he said while speaking to various deputations which call on him here today.
The deputations, comprising workers of party, from Padiyarana, Trigam, Marwah, Warwan, Dachan and Padder highlighted various local issues which were taken up with the district administration for on the spot redressal.
The legislators said that it was for the first time that the Government will release partial budget allocation to the Government in the month of April in order to ensure that the development works start in the due time, adding that a new system of public accounting was a major financial reform to ensure public accountability and financial integrity in the Government departments.
He said that PDP led Government has at the very onset closed all the backdoor channels created by Congress-NC combine for adjusting blue eyed persons in the government jobs and the entire recruitment process was made transparent.
He said that in less than two years the present Government has sanctioned all the major roads in Kishtwar district including Dachan-Marwah, Nowpachi-Hanzal, Padder road, Renai-Pathgam, adding that besides this all major roads in and around the township were blacktopped.
Unfortunately the state of Jammu and Kashmir has suffered badly due to the anti-people policies of National Conference and Congress, he said adding that frustrated after losing the power, NC-Congress has resorted to negative posturing hoodwinking the people on various issues.