JAMMU JKPCC chief Ghulam Ahmad Mir on Monday demanded high level probe into each shady affairs including in the insurance scam involving Anil Ambanis RI Company and the recruitment scam in J&K Bank as well as other such recruitments during the previous PDP-BJP regime in the state.
The recent revelations of State Governor Satya Pal Malik has exposed the messy affairs, which prevailed during the PDP-BJP regime leaving the state in the worst ever situation, Mir said, according to a statement issued here.
These revelations have vindicated Congress stand and substantiated the allegations of candidates in the recent past but the PDP-BJP government and the authorities always remained in denial mode. It is the question of dignity of the highest office in the state now and only a credible probe and strict follow up action would meet the ends of justice, he said. .
Mir said that congress party held series of protests all over state against the misgovernance, misrule, corruption, favouritism and nepotism, in every spheres of Government activity, especially bungling in the government jobs.
However, he said, the BJP always claimed that everything was fair and all right till the last day in the government and always claimed that government will lost full term in view of complete understanding and harmony.
The day they (BJP) decided to part ways, Amit Shah explained that everything went wrong and they had no say in the government all these years. Should not the people ask BJP leadership at the centre and state, for being party to every sin of the coalition government and BJP will not be allowed to run away from the responsibility of being party to every crime of their government, rather it is more responsible being ruling at the centre.
He asked people to question BJP being fully responsible for the present mess on all fronts in the state. He hoped the Governor would be allowed to go ahead in the current exercise against the high profile people involved in these matters and beneficiaries of big contracts, illegally, as disclosed. He demanded that the deduction of employees for insurance scheme should be returned at the earliest.
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