Saroori praises Cong-PDP regime, criticizes NC

KL Report

KISHTWAR

Chinab valley congress man, who was ousted as a cabinet on corruption charges, Saturday openly, criticized the Omar Abdullah regime saying “it has miserably failed to take forward the development works started by previous government.”

“The present regime headed by National Conference has miserable failed to carry forward the equitable development agenda set by the previous Congress/PDP government led by Ghulam Nabi Azad,” Congress Leader and MLA Inderwal, Ghulam Mohammad Saroori, said on Saturday.

He added that around five year’s performance of  the present government appeared only on papers and nothing concrete has been done on ground.

The outburst of the Saroori against NC came to the fore during his address at a function in Chatroo and Gwass Drought Bhalessa.

Calling to strengthen the party by spreading agenda of the party, Saroori said that change was order of the day and people of State were looking towards Congress to change the present corrupt system.

“It’s the desire of Congress party to establish a system where every sections of the society would get justice and equal opportunities for development and economic growth”, he said.

“The agenda of the Congress was formulated by accommodating wishes and aspirations of all regions and sub-regions of the State,” Saroori said. Adding, “Chief Minsiter Ghulam Nabi Azad during its tenure had carved out a path of peace and development in the State by treating all regions and sub-region equally.”

“Instead of following the visionary policies which were framed by the previous Congress led regime, the present government has reversed the whole process”, he said and regretted that accept promises nothing has been done on ground.

He said that environment of development created by the previous government was unfortunately wasted by the present regime. “It has brought to a halt the process of development and reversed the process in every sense of the word,” he said.

“The people now are fed up with National Conference, its misgovernance and the strikingly corrupt system that it has promoted,” Saroori  said and regretted that corruption was now institutionalized even at the highest levels.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here