Omar led coalition Failed On Every Front
KUPWARA – MLA Lolab, Adv Abdul Haq Khan Saturday said that the coalition government led by National Conference (NC) has miserably failed to check rampant corruption in the state. He said that menace of corruption cannot be eradicated from grass roots level unless top offices of the government are freed from this menace.
MLA said that PDP was committed to eradicate corruption at all levels in the state and the party has raised its voice against the menace from time to time.
Commenting on recent statement of Chief Minister Omar Abdulla, he said the NC led government has failed to check corruption from the state.
Eradication of corruption from top offices of government could only put an end to the menace at grass roots level corruption,said MLA Lolab while addressing a huge public gathering including children and women at Devar in Lolab. Expressing concerns over the LPG crisis, MLA said that people in his constituency were also facing hardships due to shortage of cooking gas and he will do whatever possible to help address the crisis.
I am fully aware of the problems of people in my constituency. Entire valley is reeling under the LPG crisis and my constituency is no exception. The shortage of firewood has made the matters worse for the people. I will do everything possible to help resolve the problems of people, he said.
MLA said that PDP will strive for the equitable development of all three regions of the state and addressing the growing unemployment and eradication of corruption were the top priorities of the party.
Locals school girls presented a cultural programme on the occasion. MLA Beerwah and senior citizens were also present. The supporters raised slogans in favour of PDP and vowed their support for the party leaders.
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