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BJP-PDP coalition has plunged Kashmir into turmoil: NC

The BJP accused the state government of mishandling the recent crisis.

By: PTI | Jammu |
July 19, 2016 8:58:16 pm
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Opposition National Conference today accused the PDP-BJP coalition of plunging Jammu and Kashmir into great political and administrative crisis while working at cross purpose.

“PDP-BJP coalition has plunged Jammu and Kashmir into great political and administrative crisis. The government seems to be rudderless as both the partners are working at cross purposes,” state Vice President National Conference Kashmira Singh said.

He accused the state government of mishandling the recent crisis.

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“This has led to tremendous loss in development activities bringing them to a standstill,” he said, adding that the coalition partners could not establish any type of link with the agitated people and almost surrendered the will of the government.

The NC also demanded the best possible treatment to the injured persons free of cost.

The party accused the Centre of failing to control and guide the state government and the security forces resulting into great loss of human lives, government as well private property.

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