BJP’s J&K move a bid to save itself from governance failure: NCP

MUMBAI: On a day the BJP pulled out of the Mehbooba Mufti Government in Jammu and Kashmir, the NCP said the saffron party took the decision in a bid to “save” itself from the “governance failures” of the last three years.

The BJP today quit the Mufti Government, saying it has become impossible to continue in power in view of the growing radicalism and terrorism in J&K.

“The four-year-old BJP rule at the Centre and the three-year-old coalition of the BJP and PDP in J&K has been an utter failure. The BJP’s decision to pull out (of the coalition Government in J&K) is a bid to save itself from the governance failures of the last three years,” alleged NCP national spokesman Nawab Malik.

Addressing reporters, he said the BJP cannot absolve itself from the prevailing situation in Kashmir. “The party is equally responsible for the conditions prevailing in the border state,” he said. (AGENCIES)

 

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