Bhujan Samaj Party (BSP), National General Secretary and incharge Jammu and Kashmir, Narinder Kashyap alleged that conducting Panchyat polls in state is nothing more than a futile exercise as funds procured would be utilized in other projects. Citing examples of past, Kashyap said that without introducing 73 and 74 amendments of Indian Constitution nothing concrete is achievable by such elections.
Commenting on the reports submitted by interlocutors appointed by centre government, Kashyap said that they are not competent to formulate a solution for Kashmir imbroglio. Interlocutors had not invited BSP state unit party leaders which would be discussed in Parliament, he added.
Expressing serious concern over the neglect of reserved categories, Kashyap criticized successive state government for not implementing the 27 percent of quota entrusted to them (SC/ST/OBC). He also expressed dissatisfaction for non implementation of various schemes across the country for the upliftment of these categories to which centre had earmarked Rs 72000 crores already.
Replying to a query, Kashyap blamed that Congress leaders and state ruled by Congress support are most affected with menace of corruption in country. Militancy, Naxalism and unemployment are creations of Congress led UPA government.
Kashyap while speaking to media reporters here informed that BSP, MPs will raise questions against anti- people budget presented by Union Finance Minister in New Delhi. On the occasion he informed that on March 15th birth anniversary of founder Kanshi Ram will be observed across the country including J&K.