Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron and former Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed Saturday said that the party will never enter into any sell-out with BJP and asserted that whatever happens during the discussions the party will make it public.
He also said that his Party is not in hurry to form the government and the new government will be formed only after the joint program between PDP and BJP.
According to KNS correspondent after casting his vote for electing four members of Rajya Sabha Mufti told reporters that the PDP will never enter into any sell-out with BJP and whatever PDP will do for the formation of government the party will make it public.
“PDP is not in a hurry to form a government. The party will sit with the BJP for the structured dialogue and will frame common minimum programs which will benefit the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
“People should know that my party is not power hungry. The dialogue process with BJP for the formation of government will be held openly,” Mufti said. “Everybody knows what PDP did when it was part of NDA government in 2002. Everybody knows about our governance and good initiatives which our party took for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.”
“We want to change the fate of Jammu and Kashmir people. We also want peace in the state between both the countries’ Pakistan and India. Our party will put forth these issues to BJP during the dialogue,” the PDP patron said.
“PDP is the party which works for the betterment of people. We are not after the power. People of both the countries India and Pakistan are aware what the PDP did during 2002 to 2008 for Jammu and Kashmir whether it was opening of Muzafarabad Road, Rawlakote road or bus services between two countries,” he said.
He said that it is the established fact that BJP has got the mandate of the people. “We want to give the good governance to the people of Jammu and Kashmir. We had a common minimum program with congress and everybody knows how it works. The party will try to frame the common minimum program with BJP which will benefit all the regions of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.