Disgruntled members to form separate group
SRINAGAR – The National Conference today said that a revolt in the opposition PDP was imminent and could happen anytime as many of their senior leaders are mulling to form a separate group.
A majority of PDP MLAs have revolted internally against their party leadership and it is a matter of time that they will either form a separate group owing allegiance to another senior leader of the party or totally break up from the party National Conference Spokesman Tanvir Sadiq today said in a statement adding fissures in their party is now beyond repair
Stating that they have authentic information that the splinter group has met a few times in the past the NC spokesman said The disgruntled group which includes some senior leaders of the opposition are waiting for an opportune time to announce their decision said Sadiq
Accusing the PDP leadership of suffering from senile dementia, Tanvir said While they have nothing in Jammu region they are fast losing base in Kashmir adding They will completely disintegrate before the parliamentary election and they are clearly reading the writing on the wall
PDP is frustrated after seeing the path breaking initiatives taken by the Omar Abdullah-led government and its remarkable achievements on both political and development fronts. said Tanvir The coalition with the support of the people will decimate PDP who are responsible for bringing death and destruction to the state by pitting Kashmir against Jammu and vice versa in the 2008 agitation said Sadiq adding People of the state will never forgive them for their communal mindset and petty politics
PDP has only used the people as fodder to meet their political narrow ends. It has misfired and people have understood and exhorted faith in the leadership and policies of the National Conference, the NC spokesman said adding PDP has survived on deception and slur so far and now stands fully exposed before the people and now even their own leaders are deserting them, he said.
PDPs own party men and workers have lost faith in Muftis and their leadership, what can people now expect from them said Tanvir The beginning of the end for them has begun
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