People’s Democratic Party (PDP) today said that no particular conditions has been set for the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) for the formation of new coalition Government in the State but PDP is still reassessing ,how far the ‘Agenda of Alliance’ has been implemented during coalition Government headed by former Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed.
In the meantime, the BJP is stressed that the PDP should first elect its Legislature Party leader and then rake up its objections including points in the ‘Agenda of Alliance’ which it wants to put into practice.
Close adviser and senior PDP leader, Naeem Akhtar told that no formal meeting has been held with colleagues to discuss as how much of the common vision of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and Mufti Sahab regarding the State had been implemented on ground. He added that since her father’s demise ,the party president, Mehbooba Mufti, had no contact neither with senior leader and MP, Muzaffar Hussain Beigh nor with any of her colleagues to discuss the implementation of ‘Agenda of Alliance’ during Mufti Sahib’s time.
The PDP leader said: “There is no point of discussing the ‘Agenda of Alliance’ but we want to evaluate what we have achieved on this during Mufti Sahib’s time. The problem before the party is that, if we have not achieved anything on agenda of alliance during Mufti Sahib’s time what can we expect achieve on this in his absence.”
Akhtar said that Government formation is not a big deal but “we need to figure out the purpose of its formation.” He told that Mufti Sahib worked for the development of the State and his last query was: “Has the money been transferred for the rehabilitation of migrant Pandits and the flood victims of 2014 ”?
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