Says unnatural alliance between PDP BJP has crossed all limits of failure & discrimination.
Srinagar: Emphasizing people to gear up for elections, Senior Congress Leader & Former Minister Taj Mohi-u-Din while addressing series of public meetings in various far off places in Uri Assembly Segment described the ruling dispensation as a complete failure, saying that the unnatural alliance between PDP BJP has crossed all limits of failure & discrimination.
Despite heavy rains, people of Chotali, Thajal and Naganari attended the public meetings in thousands complaining about the indifferent attitude of the Government and sought an end to the hardships confronting them due to the step-motherly attitude of the PDP BJP coalition.
Addressing the meetings Taj Mohi-u-Din lashed out at ruling dispensation of PDP BJP for the current crisis in the State, besides hardships people were facing due to the lackadaisical attitude of the ruling dispensation.
The developmental scenario started by successive UPA Government’s have come to standstill. Corruption, favoritisms and nepotism have become the hallmark of the ruling dispensation, even the people were being made to pay for construction of toilets constructed under the scheme so called Swach Bharat Mission (SBM), he said.
He (Taj) said the dilapidated condition of roads, lack of basic amenities including non- availability of essentials have added miseries to people living in far flung places.
Expressing serious concern over the failures of the Government, Taj said that this Government is going to fall shortly because of the anti-people and wrong policies adopted by them and emphasized the people to gear up for elections and ensure that PDP BJP combination is defeated. He said it is the Congress Party alone which has served the people best and it will continue to represent urges and aspirations of the people.
The unnatural alliance between PDP BJP will continue to remain main source behind disillusionment and anguish among the people he added and said that Administration is bias towards the people, rising unemployment, lack of basic facilities, step-motherly attitude of ruling dispensation, discrimination with the people has added chaos to the people. (KNS)