Srinagar: A day after Chief Minister left the cabinet meeting in Jammu, opposition parties saturday said that it was only trailer of rift while nothing is good between the collation parties.
The two opposite sides — north pole and south pole are repelling each other. There is magnetic force of chair that has kept the bond of two opposite perspective together, local news agency KNS quoted Nasir Aslam Wani.
He added that it was first time that CM Mehbooba Mufti admitted she was only in power while the entire authority to run the affairs of is controlled by Delhi.
This regime has no authority to ban the use of pellets, to stop killings and indiscriminate use of draconian laws. She (CM) never raised a voice. It is only today that her personal ego got hurt and left the meeting, he said.
He added that PDP has eroded special status of J&K.
State Congress chief, G A Mir said that CM has nothing done in public welfare. She is good in making speeches. Today, people want to ask her lot of questions. She is not able to face the public. She left the meeting as her personal ego got hurt. She never left the meeting to press for end to the use of pellets, stopping indiscriminate arrests and atrocities, he told KNS.
President Peoples democratic Front Hakim Muhammad Yasin said that it was sorry affairs of state all the time since PDP chose to embrace BJP for power.
People know that affairs of J&K are directly run by central government. What CM had said in meeting and left it is true. Her government needs consent from Delhi even for minor decisions, he told KNS over phone.
He added that the initiative taken by CM is good, adding, We have to wait and watch would she remain firm on her stand or would make compromise. It would be tool earlier to make any further comment on it.
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