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BJP converted J&K into testing laboratory of injudicious and ill-considered policies: Nasir

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Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Provincial President (Kashmir) Nasir Aslam Wani today said that BJP has come out in its true colors debunking its farce claims on development, saying the slanderous statements emanating from BJP are reflective of its frustration.

While addressing the meeting of party’s Srinagar district functionaries, Party Provincial President Nasir Aslam Wani said that past half a decade would go down as the decade which precipitated  Kashmir’s  free fall in development,  and governance, saying the  incumbent government’s indifference to day to day issues of people have aggravated the situation, a party spokesman said in a statement issued today.

“Far from delivering on its promises, the BJP has pushed the entire region into chaos. The disdain it nurtures for democracy is also not hidden from anybody. The statements emanating from BJP members reveal their frustration on account of their losing public support in the plains of Jammu. With little understanding of the situation the BJP has plunged the entire region into chaos and confusion,” the spokesman quoted Wani as saying.

According to the spokesman, Wani said that J&K has become a testing laboratory of injudicious and ill-considered policies of GOI and that on an everyday basis the administration was coming up with flawed orders and policies.

Meanwhile, a Prominent socio-political activist from Pandrethan Amjad Hussain Mir and Abdul Gani of Rawalpora joined the party on the occasion, said the spokesman.

The spokesman said that a meeting of Party’s women wing functionaries also took place here at party headquarters today. The meet was presided over by Party women’s wing state president. The meet saw a huge participation of the party’s provincial committee, district and block functionaries. On the occasion scores of noted women activists from Sopore and Bandipur joined the party fold.

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