Srinagar – Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) District president and MLC Mohd Ashraf Mir has accused the NC for pushing people of the state and particularly the residents of Srinagar into darkness and increase in their day to day problems.
Addressing a meeting at Abi Buchwara in Habakadal Ashraf Mir said the people of Srinagar are facing immense problems for want of basic amenities. On one side people are being charged three fold hike on electricity with no proper electric supply and on the other Ration, Kerosene oil and even LPG gas supply seems no where in the city. People are denied for supply of LPG by the dealers but the government is making huge claims for adequate supply of commodities which proves false on ground. On this occasion party leader Mudasir Amin , Zone president Muneeb Ab Bhat and Parvez Ah were also present and spoke to the gathering.
Ashraf Mir said on the auspicious occasion of Eidul Azaha govt should have taken adequate steps for market checking and supply of essential commodities to common people but it seems NC led govt is not bothered for it and is busy in enjoying their comforts. He also lambasted the govt for their failure in addressing the problems of displaced families coming under road widening and failure of their rehabilitation.
He said that making hallow promises and huge claims have become daily routine of NC and for this they have left no ground to be-fool the people. Only one achievement of this NC led government is that they are addressing every thing by use of force and instead of providing employment to youth they are being booked under false cases. But people of the state and Srinagar in particular have now realized their tactics and are waiting for right time to teach them lesson.
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