The dissolution of the house panel constituted to probe allegations of land grab against a minister represented the lowest point in moral decadence of government, said Muzaffar Hussain Beigh, former deputy chief minister while rounding off his Kupwara district tour on Monday.
Beigh says the present coalition has broken all records of corruption by previous NC governments and landed the state in its worst administrative crises. He says everyone will henceforth feel free to indulge in loot as all institutional vigilance has been demolished. And the legislature is only the latest victim and most powerful institution to be trampled by the present government.
Rounding off the workers meeting in Zachaldara of Handwara constituency, PDP senior leader said the NC led coalition had struck the state like a natural calamity where most of the ruling politicians are involved in corruption, murder, fraud, nepotism, dacoity and land grabbing. “This had resulted in a unique situation in which nobody is in a position to question the other,” Beigh said adding that they had now found safety in coming to each other’s rescue in times of need.
The former deputy chief minister also said that on the one hand government leaders indulged in loot of resources and on the other the governance had become a nightmare for the common man. He said the government had failed on all fronts and it was a matter of shame that central funds allocated to J&K were now diverted to north eastern states because of our inability to spend.