Congress-NC engaged in futile mock fights: Baig

Excelsior Correspondent
SRINAGAR, Aug 19: Senior PDP leader and Member of Parliament, Muzzafar Hussain Baig, today alleged that Congress and National Conference were engaged in futile mock fights to divert attention of the people from the collapse of administration, complete anarchy and loot under Omar Abdullah.
Referring to the statement of the Congress leader Prof Saif-ud-Din Soz about the inability of the Chief Minister to convene Cabinet meeting and its possible fallout in the shape of collapse of coalition, Baig said the two parties are engaging themselves in futile mock fights.
“If the Congress feels that the coalition has damaged the interests of the State the party should have walked out of the Government by resigning from it. Instead of doing that it is again looking up to Omar Abdullah for his failure to convene Cabinet meeting rather than taking a pro-active stance,” he said while addressing a public meeting in Langate constituency of Kupwara district.
Baig said the State has suffered major damage under the present dispensation and the ‘tu-tu-main-main’ between NC  and Congress is ridiculed by the people as they can see through this game which is aimed at diverting the attention of the people from the collapse of administration, complete anarchy and loot under Omar Abdullah.
Baig called upon the people to use their vote consciously in the forthcoming Assembly polls to see the end of their grievances and plights. “People must shun cynicism and vote enthusiastically in the coming Assembly polls in the State,” Baig said.
The PDP MP said boycott of polls is not solution to our problems as it has not yielded us anything in the past nor will it do any good in future. He said people particularly the youth have a crucial role to play in the forthcoming elections and they must understand the value of vote in a democratic setup so that J&K could be transformed into vibrant, modern and peaceful State.
On this occasion Mohammad Dilwar Mir, Advocate Abdul Haq Khan, Gh Nabi Pandithpori and Irfan Sultan Pandithpori were also present.

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