Erstwhile Govt's performance card is blank: Jan

Published at June 23, 2018 01:08 AM 0Comment(s)1248views


Rising Kashmir News

Jammu :

Youth National Conference provincial president, Ajaz Jan, on Friday alleged that the report card of the Bhartiya Janta Party and People's Democratic Party government has been “blank” in their three years of governance.

In a statement, Jan alleged that during its tenure they totally ignored the people especially remote and border areas.

According to the statement, after visiting different villages of Mandi in Poonch district, Jan said that BJP-PDP have “pushed the state to crisis-like situation”.

" If BJP was aware that PDP was not able to run the Government than why it waited for four years to take decision of ending the alliance " said Jan adding that “excuse of good or bad governance is just to befool the people”.

“Since years, everyone was aware that Government's functioning isn't satisfactory but BJP realised it after four years. Government is trying to hide its failure by ending alliance," Jan said.


" Let BJP and PDP present its four years report card beforethe people of state " he said.

Jan said that the people of Rajouri and Poonch district's were promised several projects but “nowhere on ground anything is visible”.
He said even the ongoing projects started by previous Government were “shelved for no reasons”.

Jan sought reasons for “failure to start work on mini- secretariat building in Rajouri, shelving of vital road projects in Poonch, failure in resuming work on university campus in Poonch, failure to come as per expectations of people in terms of power projects in Chenab valley, repeated law and order problems in Poonch district”.

Jan further said that 33 KV power line of Poonch, damaged in 2014 floods, is yet to be restored fully, CT scan machine installed in Poonch district hospital is yet to be made operational, Drungli Nallah bridge damaged in 2014 floods is yet to be repaired, the official added.

 

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