NC, Cong have lost grounds in JK: Tak

NC, Cong have lost grounds in JK: Tak

BY ABID PAMPORI

Doda, July 26: Lambasting opposition National Conference and Congress for trying to hoodwink masses, Peoples Democratic Party legislator Firdous Tak today said that both the parties have ganged up in view of the lost grounds in Jammu and Kashmir.

“Congress and National Conference are known for opportunistic politics and they stand exposed before the masses”, Tak said adding the state of Jammu and Kashmir has faced tremendously due to the unholy and self centric alliance between the two parties.

Member Legislative Council Firdous Tak was addressing party workers here to review the preparations for the ensuing foundation day celebration of the party at district headquarters Doda. He has accompanied by district president Doda Shahab-ul-Haq, District President Kishtwar Sheikh Nasir Hussain, Vice President Abdul Rehman Kashmiri and District President Woman Wing.

Tak said that the NC and Congress leaderships have the tendency of changing colours like chameleons when they remain in opposition and speak differently when comes to power.

“People of Jammu and Kashmir are wise enough and they are well-acquaint with the double standards of the NC which ruled the state for many decades and pushed J&K to unending troubles. The NC leadership can’t hoodwink the people of the state through rhetoric,” the PDP leader said.

Tak said the recent statement of Farooq Abdullah, wherein he saw the mediation of China and United States in settling Kashmir issue, was aimed at reviving the base of his party which suffered a massive drubbing during the last assembly elections in 2014.  

The PDP leader said the remarks of Farooq Abdullah were a clear indication of simmering frustration within the NC leadership due to the growing popularity of the PDP.

“The PDP has not only been able to ensure pro-people and all-round development initiatives during the past two years but it have provided legitimacy to the political set up in Jammu and Kashmir. During its rule, the NC leadership pushed the state into darkness and unending woes. It created a political vacuum and distrust among masses that resulted into chaos,” Tak said.

“The PDP has toiled hard to win back the trust of people who have started reposing faith in political and democratic setup. These achievements of PDP have mounted the level of frustration within the power-hungry National Conference and Congress. Such tricks of NC leadership won’t yield any outcome for it,” he said.

Tak said the ruling PDP-BJP is committed to take the state on the path of development and progress. “Such mischievous and diversionary tactics will not deter us marching on our agenda of restoring peace and prosperity,” he said.

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