Congress state president Friday alleged that PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir had a “pre-poll tactical understanding” to polarize the situation in both the regions by “exploiting” the regional and religious sentiments of the people to secure their respective mandate.
According to a party statement, addressing a one day convention of Congress workers of Gandhi Nagar Assembly constituency at Kujwani in Jammu today, former minister Ghulam Ahmad Mir said that delay in the formation of government after declaring of assembly results was part of the “game plan to hoodwink the people and to hide the politics of falsehood and deceit” behind their respective mandates.
“Jammu and Kashmir is a reflection of mini India in view of its pluralistic character and other diversities. The divisive politics in the state is dangerous situation for keeping the three regions together in the wake of hostile neighbour and other inimical forces in the state,” Mir was quoted as having said.
“Peace and democracy in Jammu and Kashmir has been restored by numerous sacrifices of people of all walks, security forces and political workers. The Congress workers and other secular forces should not allow the communal and divisive forces to destroy this achievement at any cost,” Mir said.
He asked people to get ready to expose the agenda of opportunistic those forces who betrayed the electorates.