CPI (M) questions ‘skeptical silence’ of PDP


Srinagar: CPI (M) has expressed surprise over skeptical silence maintained by PDP over frequent exasperating statements made by its coalition partner BJP on some sensitive issues pertaining to Jammu and Kashmir.  

According to a statement, the State Committee CPI (M) that met here yesterday was presided over by Sham Prasad Kesar to discuss the prevailing political situation in Jammu and Kashmir observed that there is no semblance of the much hyped Common Minimum Programme between PDP-BJP as was claimed by the two parties after government formation in the state.

Earlier during its daylong deliberations, the State Committee discussed wide range of issues pertaining to political and socio-economic dimensions affecting the people in the state and the country. The committee urged upon the government to implement the promises made to the people during elections.

The meeting also took stock of mounting problems of basic amenities faced by the people across the state and urged upon the government to translate its promises into action so that the sufferings of the people are mitigated. Expectations of the people are very high but unfortunately there is no delivery on the ground and the government seems to be a mute spectator to the sufferings of people, the State committee observed.

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