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PDP, BJP sinking ships: NC
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JAMMU, Nov 18: National Conference today suggested the opposition parties, mainly Peoples Democratic Party and Bharatiya Janta Party, to read writing on the wall and save their sinking ships instead of hoodwinking people with hollow slogans and false promises.

“They (BJP and PDP) can no more befool people with their politics of hatred and division as they stand exposed before the general masses,” National Conference spokesperson and Member Legislative Assembly Sajjad Ahmed Kichloo said, while interacting with a deputation of party workers from far off areas of Kishtwar, here today.

He said that the both BJP and PDP were two sides of same coin, surviving on the hollow slogans and divisive politics. “It was very surprising that PDP leadership was every now and then claiming to have given a political alternative to the people while the fact remains that the party itself is a sinking ship which can never compete itself with the National Conference,” Kichloo said adding, “National Conference was not only a party but a movement, while a golden history of sacrifice and struggle.”

The NC spokesperson said that history of the state was testimony of the sacrifices made by the party leadership for the welfare of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. “While Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah laid the foundation of democratic setup in the state, Dr Farooq Abdullah took over the reins of powers when people like Mufti Mohammed Sayeed were conspiring against the people and state, while enjoying luxuries,” he said.

Kichloo said that present government, headed by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, unleashed an era of peace and prosperity and laid a foundation stone for a developed and economically self reliant state.

It was the visionary leadership of Omar Abdullah that the state recovered from the economic morass created by the PDP government, he added. “With holding of panchayat elections, Right to Information Act, Public Service Gurantee Act, State Vigilance Commission Act and State Accountability Commission the general masses are more powerful today than ever,” he said.


News Updated at : Sunday, November 18, 2012
 
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