PDP used good governance agenda to fool people, has 'secret pact' with RSS: JKPCC
Congress on Tuesday accused ruling PDP of having 'secret pact' with RSS claiming its 'good governance agenda' was a tool to 'befool and mislead' the people of the state.
Srinagar: Congress on Tuesday accused ruling PDP of having "secret pact" with RSS claiming its "good governance agenda" was a tool to "befool and mislead" the people of the state.
"PDP is having a secret pact with RSS and taking directions from its headquarters. PDP facilitated easy entry of RSS in the state for the sake of power," JKPCC Chief GA Mir alleged addressing party workers at Shangas in Anantnag district of south Kashmir.
He charged PDP has "surrendered" everything to RSS for the sake of coming into power.
Attacking PDP-BJP coalition government in the state, Mir said it had "failed miserably" to address aspirations of the
Criticising PDP-BJP for "dual policies", Mir said Congress from the day one has been educating people about the "secret agreement" and "understanding between RSS and PDP."
"Both the coalition partners (PDP and BJP) have limited themselves to the official press releases, as on the ground, there is no of sign of improvement visible, in any field," the Congress chief claimed.
"The good governance agenda of PDP-BJP was a tool to befool and mislead the people," he alleged.
Mir accused PDP-BJP coalition of undermining the authority of democratic institutions in the state.
"PDP-BJP coalition, in order to gain political mileage, is undermining the authority of democratic institutions and is trying to make Panchayati Raj Institutions non-functional as both the parties have lost ground in their constituencies," Mir charged.
He claimed that Congress was in a "very vibrant situation" in all the three regions of the state and would continue to play the role of "constructive and effective opposition".
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