PDP a Spent Force, BJP Has no Role in Jammu and Kashmir: NC

Published: 18th March 2014 11:02 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th March 2014 11:02 PM   |  A+A-


The ruling National Conference today said PDP is "a spent force" and BJP has no role in Jammu and Kashmir, even as it alleged that the two parties have worked out an "understanding".

"PDP is a spent force and BJP has no role in governance in Jammu and Kashmir... National Conference holds promise for the future," NC's provincial president Devender Singh Rana today told party workers from Jammu district.

"For sustaining peace and consolidating gains of development registered during the past over five years, continuity is imperative for larger interest of the state," he said.

Rana castigated inimical forces for indulging in rhetoric, and said assuaging political aspirations of the people and undertaking development on a massive scale hold key to steer the state to peace and prosperity.

He said his party's alliance with Congress has worked well and helped meet expectations of the people.

Rana shared his on-the-spot assessment after three-day visit to various districts of the Jammu region, and said the people have made up their mind to give a befitting reply to the disruptive, opportunistic and dubious forces who have joined hands to weaken the secular fabric of the state.

"We can't allow disruption in the unity in this land of saints and sages that has always stood for peace, amity, harmony and coexistence," he said, adding that his party has nurtured this spirit during most testing times of the history.

Alleging understanding between BJP and PDP, the NC leader said the people have understood their game plan of "divide and rule" and made up their mind to foil this with their full might.

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