SrinagarPeoples Democratic Party (PDP) General Secretary, Nizamuddin Bhat said that the party is making all out efforts to mitigate the sufferings of people and see that all issues , political , economic and social , are resolved as per their aspirations.
Addressing a workers convention at Bandipore Bhat said that PDP-led coalition Government is running under a defined agenda envisaged in the Agenda of Alliance and there is no deviation from the defined course which is duly endorsed by the Union Government and the alliance partner BJPs high command.
Bhat said there are issues with legal and political implications and opposition parties like National Conference and Congress should have owned responsibility for having passed the baggage to us. But ironically these parties put up a brazen face in denying to be apologetic. They were part of lurking problems and are welcome to be part of solution provided they put their own record straight, Bhat said , PDP eversince its inception has been grappling with problems which were never its creation.
He assured the workers that the party leadership is steadfast in following conviction than convenience and bears a track record of not being expedient. Bhat pointed out, Even the alliance with BJP has been entered upon after full exercise and explanation to the people about the agreed contours, which he said took into account the interests of the state and its peoples. There is no deviation from this, he asserted.
Bhat made an appeal for peace so that Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti gets a chance to accomplish her people-friendly agenda of resolving the ticklish issues with the support of union Government and a favourable public opinion at National and sub-continental level. He also hoped that Mehbooba Muftis desire to see India and Pakistan reviving cooperative diplomacy for peace and properity in the region.
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