PDP-BJP proved worst ever regime in J&K: Madan Lal

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 14:  Former MP and veteran Congress leader Madan Lal Sharma today said that PDP-BJP Govt was the worst ever regime  in the State and it has brought all round  destruction, mistrust and miseries during their three and half years rule in the State.
Addressing series of meetings at Sunderbani and Rajouri today,  Madan Lal said that unholy and unnatural alliance brought worst ever religion and region divide and brought miseries to people of three regions of State because of their miss-governance. He said that the people suffered in every sphere and every field because of wrong policies of two coalition partners and raised controversies during the period on various issues.
He said that developmental projects initiated by UPA Government had not been carried forward by the PDP-BJP Government and all their claims on development are fake and false as has been admitted by BJP leadership recently. He said that Jammu region as a whole faced worst ever neglect and discrimination.
Meetings were also addressed by chief spokesperson PCC  Ravinder Sharma (Ex-MLC), former Minister and PCC general secretary Shabir Ahmad Khan, senior Congress leader Iqbal Malik, former vice chairman OBC Board Kuldeep Raj Verma, president DCC Rajouri Sain Abdul Rashid, vice president PYC Satish Sharma and others.
Ravinder Sharma in his address Lashed out at BJP and PDP for generating controversies to serve their vested interests. He blamed PDP BJP coalition for creating an atmosphere of uncertainty in the State. He also blamed the later for vitiating social and political atmosphere also to serve their vested political interests, as a result, there was a complete uncertainty at all level in the state during the past 4 years.
Shabir Khan hit out at the  BJP  for misleading people on every count just to share power with PDP, as that, despite the contradiction in the approach of PDP BJP, the coalition partners shared power for  three and half years by not caring about urges and aspirations of the people.
Senior leaders  Iqbal Malik and DCC president Rajouri Sain Abdul Rashid also spoke on the occasion.