J&K Govt pursuing anti-poor policy: Dr. Farooq Abdullah

J&K Govt pursuing anti-poor policy: Dr. Farooq Abdullah

Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President and Member of the Parliament from Srinagar on Thursday said the narratives of peaceable calm, development and prosperity peddled by the government doesn’t reflect the reality on the ground. He said this while addressing people at Habbak. Party’s Provincial President (Kashmir) Nasir Aslam Wani was also present on the occasion.

Interacting with the workers, Dr. Farooq said, “Three years on, there is little to show of a revitalised administration, increased job opportunities for our educated youth and infrastructure augmentation. There is pervasive rage among people, stemming from misgovernance, and unaccountability. Claims of changed ground situation in Jammu and Kashmir emanating from the government are a bundle of lies to whitewash the devastating impact of the GoI’s August 5, 2019 decisions on the people and economy of the erstwhile state.”

Dr Farooq said such claims are akin to running salt into the wounds of people of J&K, who are being denied democracy and not trusted with a popular government, whose democratic rights have been crippled and whose exclusive rights over land, jobs and natural resources stand liquidated.

Dr Farooq further said, “The hard earned gains of our governments during its successive governments in terms of bridging building people’s trust in government have received a setback. The anti-poor, anti-trader and anti-consumer policies being pursued by the incumbent administration have further increased the wedge between the administration and people.”


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