PDP Will Vanish After 2014 Elections: Gupta


JAMMU – Taking PDP and its leadership to task for unleashing uncalled for and false propaganda against the state coalition government Provincial President J&K National Conference Rattan Lal Gupta today while addressing party workers said the dream of grabbing power by hoodwinking people’s perception will fall flat on PDP and next assembly elections in 2014 would make this party (PDP) nonexistent on political map of J&K state while it will disintegrate due to internal dissension by the end of 2013.

Gupta said those (PDP leadership) who today talk of governance had made mess of political and developmental scenario of J&K during their tenure and corruption was only thing that ruled the roost during their regime.

“PDP which put the state neck deep in corruption and made their personal agenda benchmark of governance in their tenure ought not to spit towards sky” Gupta said and ridiculed the falsehood of PDP.

He said that as Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has stated that people will judge the parties on their performance, the National Conference – Congress coalition will face the elections with its performance and not on propagandist approach which is the trait of the PDP and its leadership.

Gupta said that records of State Accountability Commission is testimony of the cases of corruption and misuse of power committed by the PDP ministers and people will not forget the state of affairs in which PDP government left the state during their tenure.

Predicting close ties and further strengthening of the coalition between the NC and Congress in the coming times, Gupta said that individual views by the party workers of either side would not tell upon the coalition as it has not been construed for power but for the supreme cause of the nation. Gupta advised the rank and file of both the parties not to allow enemies to sneak in and wedge them apart.

“Let us all work together to uphold the public cause and bring peace and prosperity in the state”, he said.

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