SRINAGAR, Mar 2: J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President GA Mir lashed out at both State and Centre Govt for deteriorating situation in the State and also along the borders.
Addressing party functionaries here today, Mir flayed the Government for failing to reach out to the people to address their concerns. Mir also held responsible PDP- BJP coalition for deteriorating situation in the Valley, saying that due to the wrong policies of the coalition, people were passing through a very difficult situation, living in absolute fear.
Mir asked the party cadre to remain vigilant to defeat the designs of PDP- BJP coalition, hell bent upon to create wedge between the regions in-order to gain political mileage, but at the same time, he added that people have realized that they were misled, betrayed and backstabbed by the coalition partners for the sake of coming into power, but this time people are alert enough, will not allow the coalition to exploit them further on it’s so called AoA.
He said people are suffering immensely in every respect, the continuous shelling on borders, deteriorating law and order situation attributing to fear psychosis among the people, but the irony is that both State and Centre Govts have miserably failed to contain the situation, rather the wrong policies adopted by them have added more problems.
PCC chief lashed out at State Govt for failing to curb unemployment, while as there were announcements and official press releases regarding employment avenues for the youth, but in reality, State Govt has done nothing so far, the fact of the matter was both PDP- BJP have crossed all limits of favoritism and nepotism thereby, creating employment avenues for their wards and blue-eyed persons only, which is not only unfortunate, but highly condemnable.
Mir emphasized upon all secular forces to put in concerted efforts to bring the country out of morass, for the fact, the country is not in safe hands under BJP rule.
Senior members Mohd Anwar Bhat, MLA Mohd Amin Bhat, Farooq Andrabi, Shameema Iqbal, Irfan Naqib, Zahid Hussain and others were also present in the meeting.