While reacting back to the allegations of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for mis-governance in Srinagar city, the National Conference (NC) said Mehbooba Mufti is enacting drama on the LPG issue and asking for a protest termed it as shameful only to ignite the sentiments of the people on one pretext or the other.
“The whole winter she is in Delhi enjoying her vacation and on and off issues statements from Delhi, and then strangely for a day comes to Srinagar only to call for protest” NC spokesman Tanvir Sadiq said in a statement adding “They talk about youth victimization but the facts speak for itself. In their short tenure of 3 years they have the ignominious distinction of using the PSA according to their whims by slapping this law on more than 1266 young students and youth”
“PDP cannot hoodwink the people of Srinagar, their obituary is being written and will be completed by 2014” said Tanvir adding “Mehbooba and Mufti have lost their own constituencies and still talk about their existence. They have no moral right to stick to their seats of Wachi and Anantnag after being routed in South Kashmir in the recent LC polls. They should immediately resign.”
“While they were in power, and while they had every opportunity to ensure development of Srinagar city they instead chose to just pay lip service at that time”, said Tanvir adding, “Now that the Omar Abdullah administration is actually practicing the doctrine of actions speak louder than words, the PDP is sadly assuming the role of a disruptor.”
Cautioning the youth not to be bullied, scared or hoodwinked by the opportunistic politics played by the PDP, the spokesman said, “bad penny always turns up to vitiate the atmosphere, even though the politics of PDP and their patron and president has been to use youth as fodder to gain political scores he assured every unemployed young boy and girl not to feel disheartened or scared of PDP’s polices because chief minister Omar Abdullah will leave no stone unturned to ensure that their future and career is safe and secure” he said.