National Conference on Friday described the PDP-BJP Government in Jammu and Kashmir as an abject failure, saying the coalition is plagued by distractions that has slowed down the process of development and left the governance in paralytic mode.
“In fact, the present dispensation has lost the will to govern”, Provincial President Mr Devender Singh Rana said at a meeting of senior party functionaries at Sher-e-Kashmir Bhavan this morning, adding that the slogan of development is just a façade, as the major concern of the insensitive alliance is how to remain glued to power.
The meeting chalked out a programme to highlight the failure of the government on all fronts on Monday, the 6th November.
Mr Rana said that the government has lost trust and confidence of the people, who are highly dejected due to misgovernance, nepotism, favourtism and lack of development. He particularly referred to the disillusionment of the people in Jammu and said the self-centric BJP has betrayed their mandate and had nothing to claim except delivering broken promises.
Mr Rana said the present dispensation is scripting a very sad saga of reversing the process of development and pushing the state to backwards. He slammed the coalition for its insensitivity towards the multitude of problems facing people and showing disregard to their sentiments and sensitivities. He said the exploitative politics may create euphoria for some time but ultimately the people want better services and their developmental needs fulfilled. These are the areas where the government is finding itself hugely wanting, he observed.
Former minister and senior leader Mr Ajay Kumar Sadhotra, while addressing the meeting, slammed the government for showing intolerance to dissent but remaining inaccessible to people, who find let in lurch.
The situation has come to such a passé that nothing is moving due to administrative inertia and lack of political direction, Mr Sadhotra added.