Jammu: Opposition National Conference (NC) on Saturday accused the PDP-BJP coalition government of having “performance inertia” in its past eight month rule.
“The performance of the PDP-BJP government during the past eight months has been dismal and disappointing. The common man is suffering on all fronts and there is a performance inertia,” senior NC leader and former minister Surjeet Singh Slathia said while addressing a gathering in Samba district Saturday.
Taking a jibe on the coalition government for its “hype over huge package from the centre”, especially for those who have suffered due to flash floods and incessant rains, Slathia said the commitments made during the government formation are coming across as pipe dreams.
“With the euphoria of governance having perished, the two parties are inciting passions by raking up communal and regional instances as a cover to its failures,” he said.
He said the times have proved that PDP-BJP believe in “politics of disruption and not development”.
“The state is at the verge of collapse due to wrong policies of the vision less government,” he said, adding that National Conference cannot be a mute spectator to growing public woes.