BJP-PDP alliance created more problems in 100 days
Jammu: Terming its alliance a mere piece of paper and eyewash to hoodwink electorate, the state Congress today slammed the BJP-PDP coalition, which completes 100 days in power in Jammu and Kashmir, charging it with creating more problems than resolving them.
“The hundred days of the BJP-PDP government have proved that it has created more controversies, problems and issues rather than solving any problem or resolving any issue”, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) president Ghulam Ahmed Mir said.
“This government created more uncalled for and avoidable controversies than settling the existing ones and created more wedge between different sections and regions than bridging the gaps.
“The agenda of alliance is a mere piece of paper and eyewash to hoodwink their electorate, as both the partners continue slogans and rhetorics on core issues vitiating the atmosphere in the state”, Mir said while addressing party workers in Doda.
The JKPCC chief said the coalition partners stood exposed within a very short span of time and people were feeling cheated by the false propaganda and politics of lies and exploitation.
Mir said his party would continue to effectively play its role to hold the coalition accountable for its poll promises and to make it deliver on them even as he exhorted party workers to be identified as “messengers of peace.”
“The Congress workers have to be identified as a messenger of peace, harmony and brotherhood in order to cement the relationship between people of different faiths and sections in the society”.
JKPCC chief castigated the opportunist and unethical politics of BJP and PDP who have no commitment to their own principles and ideologies and displayed utter lust for power when they entered into an alliance.
Describing the PDP-BJP coalition as an alliance of “strange partners” having opposite agendas except power which, he said, was their only common goal.