Achievements of govt causing flutters in opposition: Sagar

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KL Report

Srinagar

Highlighting the achievements of coalition government, the Minister for Rural Development, Panchayat Raj, Law Justice and Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Mohammad Sagar said that the opposition camp is misleading people by spreading falsehood and lies.

Sagar said the government is committed to put in place a 3-tier and vibrant Panchayati Raj System in the state. He said government has already ensured empowerment of Panchayati Raj institutions and the subsequent democratic decentralization of powers, which is a landmark step in the political history of the state. The Minister was speaking at a public gathering at Singhpora Pattan on Friday.

The opposition party has got frustrated by the achievements of the government and now in the state of desperation they are trying to mislead people, reads the party statement.

“It is a recorded history that the developmental projects which that political party left incomplete were completed by the present government without giving any preferential treatment,” said Sagar.

“The particular political party has always preferred their personal interests over that of the state and have always been conspiring against the people of the state in order to grab the power”, the Minister said and maintained that the people have understood their ulterior motives due to which they are in state of frustration.

While highlighting the achievements of the coalition government, Minister for PHE, Taj Mohi-ud-Din, who was also present in the meeting, termed the holding of Panchayati elections and subsequent empowerment of Panchayati Raj Institutions as a watershed in the history of the state. He said that the government has ensured that the powers are percolated to the grass root level which forms the basis of democratic setup.

Minister of State for R&B, Javed Ahmad Dar also addressed the gathering and said that the Panchayati Raj representatives should once again repose their faith in the coalition government by voting overwhelmingly in favor of the coalition candidates.

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