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Omar's Last Five Years' Performance a Big Zero: PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today termed the Omar Abdullah government as a \"Big Zero\" and described its performance in the last five years as \"years of total anarchy, failure and rampant corruption\".

Published: 05th January 2014 11:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2014 11:18 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today termed the Omar Abdullah government as a "Big Zero" and described its performance in the last five years as "years of total anarchy, failure and rampant corruption".

"Omar Abdullah government's performance in the last five years is a 'Big Zero'. His tenure can rightly be described as years of total anarchy, failure and rampant corruption," PDP candidates for Jammu-Poonch Lok Sabha seat Yash Pal Sharma (MLC) said while addressing a series of public meetings in Jammu.

Sharma said that the Omar Abdullah government has proved itself as a non-performing liability on the people of the state. He termed the state government's five-year regime as a "total failure wherein the governance-deficit increasing with every passing day".

"I don't think there is even a single achievement of this regime during the last five years," Sharma said and listed a number of promises which Abdullah had made.

"The worst impact of his (Omar's) miserable governance is on the common masses, who have been bearing brunt of mis-governance in the state during the last four years," he said.

Calling upon the people to teach a lesson to this government, Sharma said the upcoming Lok Sabha and Assembly elections would be an appropriate opportunity for them.



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