SRINAGAR: National Conference President Farooq Abdullah on Wednesday said the state cannot be expected to remain engulfed in political uncertainty and that PDP and BJP should either form a government or the state assembly should be dissolved to go for fresh elections in J&K.
Addressing party workers on the first death anniversary of NC leader and former general secretary Sheikh Nazir, Farooq said the National Conference was fully prepare for new elections and the people of the state deserve a chance to elect a popular government.
“If PDP and BJP cannot offer J&K a government despite continuing to be in an alliance, the assembly should be dissolved without any further delay, providing the people with a chance to elect a new, popular government,” he said.
He said the NC will neither interfere into the internal dealings of the PDP-BJP alliance and nor will it bail out them from the current situation. “They (PDP-BJP) promised good governance and development to the people of Jammu and Kashmir and their first year in power has exposed their failure to perform the most basic duties of a government. They have deceived the people of the state and continue to be in an alliance for their own, partisan interests,” Farooq said.