PDP is on Ventilator: Gupta

Mufti should Come Clean on His luxuries: Gupta

JAMMU - Provincial President J&K National Conference Jammu province Rattan Lal Gupta while addressing the party workers here today said that PDP is a rudderless ship which is frustrated disheartened to see the edifice collapsing on their face.

He said Mufti Mohammad Sayeed and his daughter Mehbooba Mufti have already promised MLC ship to 165 people in Jammu province making a laughing stock of themselves and are befooling the people of Jammu province. He said PDP have now realized that while they were spending summers in Jammu they have lost their ground in Kashmir.

Gupta said the recent bogey of corruption raised by the PDP is just to divert the attention of the public. He said the people have not forgotten 2002 -2005 which was an era of corruption, nepotism and favoritism and the misdeeds of their ministers is alive in the files of the government and I am confident that the government will bare them before the public at an appropriate time.

He said Mufti Mohammad Sayeed who used to live in a dingy municipal flat in Jammu near Jogi Gate in 1975-76 has a lot to explain about his journey of last 40 years from that municipal flat to the luxuries of today.

He said PDP and its leadership is power hungry and have no ideological bond and shall disintegrate under the weight of its own internal contradictions and lack of ideology.

On the assertion of Mehbooba Mufti that the state government is in coma, Gupta said the state government in neither in coma nor  is paralyzed, but the PDP is definitely on a ventilator and its death is imminent before 2014.

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