February 2016 News

Guv's Rule Exposes PDP-BJP Govt's Admin Inertia: Rana

12 February 2016
Rising Kashmir

Nagrota: National Conference's provincial president Devender Singh Rana Friday said the effective and responsible administration during Governor's rule has vindicated the feeling of the people about administrative and developmental inertia of PDP-BJP during its 11 months rule. 'Though there cannot be any substitute to popular democratic rule yet because of the administrative paralysis of the past eleven months, Governor's rule has come as a whiff of fresh air for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, giving them relief and succour', Rana said while addressing workers at Bhagani Panchayat in Nagrota Assembly Constituency this afternoon. He wondered why the previous government could not move forward in taking decisions in the larger interest of the people and the state as a whole, which the Governor's Administration took in just one month. 'While lack of clear policy could be attributed to the performance inertia of the insensitive and irresponsible government, the petty politicking too has been responsible for failing the state,' Rana said. Rana said PDP president Mehbooba Mufti is on record having admitted that the PDP-BJP government failed to deliver on the promises they made and thereby could not meet the expectations the people of Jammu and Kashmir, leaving them in lurch. 'Therefore, whatever the political discourse will be in days to come with regard to formation of the government or continuation of the Governor's Rule, the National Conference cadre has to be in a vibrant mode.' He claimed said the political stability provided by the National Conference during Omar Abdullah led government and developmental initiative undertaken between 2009 and 2014 remains a golden chapter in Jammu and Kashmir during the recent past.