STATE TIMES NEWS DOORU: Asserting that Jammu and Kashmir was the victim of wrong policies of Centre and previous State Government of PDP BJP which came into the existence after betraying people for votes, JKPCC President, G.A Mir lashed out at Central Government over being insensitive towards the agony of the people. Mir was addressing public meetings at various places in Shahbad Balla in Dooru Veerinag today, where he appealed the people to rise to the occasion to strengthen the Congress Party for their better future. Addressing the gatherings, Mir said that the State of Jammu and Kashmir was the worst hit due to the wrong policies adopted by the Centre Government, stating that Centre was just doing lip services to people of Jammu and Kashmir. Mir said that people were feeling that Centre wants to continue to rule the State through Raj Bhawan and take some important policy decisions in absence of the State Legislature, urging upon the center Govt to clear the doubts, brewing in the hearts and minds of people. Mir urged the Centre Government to restore the confidence of the people and ensure that elections to State Legislative Assembly were held in order to give the people their own government, which could listen and address their issues without running from pillar to post. Adding that Congress Party initiated incredible process of development in JK, many projects were completed and many were in the pipeline, but the previous PDP BJP Coalition has undone every achievement of the Congress Party, the fact of the matter, was that the people were pushed to wall due to the contradiction and unfriendly approach of the then State Government, besides that the Centre Govt has added miseries to people by adopting callous attitude. Mir also said that Congress Party will make concerted efforts to make the Centre and Governor’s administration accountable and answerable to people to ensure resolution of the problems confronting state and people.
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