Year 2013 has been `darkest era` of governance in J&K: JKNPP
Calling for immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah government over its alleged failure on all fronts, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party on Thursday claimed that year 2013 has been the darkest era of governance in the state.
Jammu: Calling for immediate dismissal of Omar Abdullah government over its alleged failure on all fronts, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party on Thursday claimed that year 2013 has been the darkest era of governance in the state.
"Year 2013 has been the darkest era of governance. The present government should be dismissed without any delay in view of failure on all front particulary to save the people of the state from death and destruction," JKNPP Chief Patron, Bhim Singh told reporters here.
The government has failed in all disciplines mainly on the situation dealing with law and order, health, education, administration, recruitment, Panchayati Raj, he said.
Nearly for five years people of Jammu and Kashmir remained subject to oppression and suppression even as hundreds of minor boys languish in jails and police stations, Singh said.
Singh claimed that this year has been the "darkest era" because the state government failed to even register a FIR in connection with the death of NC worker Yousuf Haji.
Nearly 15 lakhs refugees and migrants from Pakistan, Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), Chhamb, Deva-Batala and the latest toll of the migrants from Rajouri, Poonch, Ramban, Doda, Reasi have remained neglected and suffering because of the hostile attitude of the NC-Congress government, he said.
Despite the Supreme Court`s judgement Jammu migrants (mostly in Talwara), have not been paid balanced relief of Rs 21 crore, Singh said, claiming that in the past six months they have not been provided any relief.
"Discrimination by the State and Central governments have come to the surface when relief of Kashmiri migrants in cash and kinds was raised two times where as Jammu migrants were ignored," he said.
Kashmiri migrants have been provided some kind of accommodation whereas the Jammu migrants, though are prepared to return to their homes have not been brought under any scheme, the JKNPP leader claimed.
Singh alleged that the state government "played a mischief" by appointing a retired High Court Judge to probe the deaths in Kishtwar riots on August 9.
"The so-called interim report of the enquiring judge is totally malafide and drawn only to mislead the people and benefit the ruling National Conference," Singh claimed.
In the name of rehabilitation, the NC-Congress government have invited "grave danger" to the security of the state by importing 282 Pakistani terrorists in India via Nepal with their 35 wives holding Pakistani passports and 400 others, he said.
"This is a tragedy that terrorists have been imported by the government to J&K and none has objected to it," he said adding a fresh petition has been filed in the Supreme Court for appropriate direction.