Saying that PDP in habit of misleading people for power
Srinagar April 16(PTK), Reacting to the remarks of PDP MLC, Congress Leader Kadfeen Chowdhary while responding to his assertions stated that Congress doesn’t need sermons from those responsible for agony and anguish among the people.
Congress leader urged upon PDP to stop misleading people and ensure that probe into the due to the rape and brutal murder of eight year old nomad girl is completed on fast track basis. He also said it is the Congress Party alone which has forced the Govt to conduct probe into this incident, so the culprits involved would be punished.
Stating that it was the Congress Leadership only that visited the bereaved family of Rasana and met the family, the fact of the matter is that Congress Party is not in habit of playing politics on any issue concerning people or the State. Congress Party is committed to fight for justice to victims.
Taking a Jibe at PDP for trying to divert attention of the people from its’ utter failure on all counts, Congress Leader said that PDP is responsible for the chaos and confusion in the state and cannot escape the responsibility of heavy damages caused to people, especially in valley urging that PDP should not play politics under the garb of brutal rape and murder of eight year old nomad girl.
He said PDP owes explanation to people for aligning with communal forces after securing votes on certain sensitive issues, the remarks of PDP leader is something like unsuccessfully attempting to justify it’s alliance with RSS, BJP responsible for polarizing situation in Kathua, but I want to tell PDP Leader that his party has betrayed and back-stabbed people for power, so it would be advisable on the part of PDP to go for self-introspection and deliberate on the damages caused to people due to existence of this unholy alliance, he added.
He said Congress has fought for justice to every section of the country and it has never compromised on its principles for the sake of power like PDP did after securing votes from the people.