Stating this Ms Mehbooba Mufti president of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said that political problem apart this unfortunate situation has been thrust on the state by the present dispensation involved in corruption, nepotism and the mal-administration.
Ms Mehbooba Mufti was addressing one day convention of the district committee members of
She said that while the security scenario has deteriorated in last two years, the development component also has suffered tremendously. The generous financial support from Centre has only been received to let in go down the drain.
Citing instances, she said that despite huge water resources the state is facing power crises on account of bad structure and weak networking. Similarly lack of transparent policies in other sectors like health education and horticulture the Central funds and state resources mostly go waste
Mehbooba Mufti said that the non governance has brought the state at the verge of economic collapse and the swelling number of educated youth with out jobs and sustenance are being plunged into a dark future.
The PDP president said that the irony is that the failures have made the government both complacent and arrogant. To sustain on these negative attitude has become the hall mark of those at the helm and they shamefully compromising the prestigious of institutions. The absence of transparency and accountability in the administration speaks volume about government’s intention to thrive on miseries of the people.
Drawing a comparison of present dispensation with the earlier coalition, she said that besides transparency, the equitable share of resources and better management by the later has brought the state out from the morass. Unfortunately the good work has been undone now, she added.
Ms Mehbooba Mufti said that if this drift continued the people of the state will lose faith in democratic means for redressal. As is evident from the on going unrest in
Prominent among others who addressed the meeting included Trilok Singh Bajwa, vice president, Thakur Balbir Singh, general secretary, Murtaza Khan, Daman Bhasin, Falail Singh, Hussain Ali Wafa, R K Bali, Ashok Jogi, Surjeet Kour, Deepinder Kour, Sushila Jamwal, Vijay Dogra, Vimla Billowaria, Nirmal Kour, Mohinder Kotwal, Raj Mohni, Suresh Sharma, H R Chargotra, Rajinder Manhas, Varinder Singh Sonu, Rashpal Singh Billowaria, Chaman Angral, Puneet Jamwal, Sunil Kumar, Raj Kumar Lalotra, Er Kunwar Bali, S K Raina, Naresh Koul and others.