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Cong leaders need self retrospection: BJP

The one and half year outstanding governance of the first ever BJP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir state has pushed the Congress and other opposition parties to wall, as a result of which their leaders now being out of power, are left with no work as such and their routine life is confined to criticize the state government on one pretext or the other. This was stated by BJP State Spokesperson Balbir Ram Rattan, while holding the Congress policies responsible for the present situation in the valley and underdevelopment of the state.
Balbir Ram Rattan said that the Congress remained in power at the Centre for decades continuously as single largest party and similarly it was in chair in J&K on its own or as a coalition partner. “Whatever policies were framed during all these years under Congress rule are responsible for the prevailing situation that the nation is facing in the state”, Balbir said and added that Congress leaders in Jammu and Kashmir need self retrospection instead of making failed attempts to malign the image of the government. They should first come out with their achievements, when they were in power before leveling false charges against BJP or its coalition.
Balbir Ram Rattan said that the Congress leaders in the state seem to be in a rat race while making statements, which are false and without valid authenticity. The BJP had gone to the people to seek votes on the promise of providing good governance, development and ending corruption. Similarly, Congress too had sought votes from the people on some promises but it could not convince them as they had tested it not once but many times. “After the formation of government, the coalition is working to fulfill its promises since day first and there has not been even a single case of corruption during one and half year and it is a major achievement”, Balbir said adding that various developmental activities have been initiated; there is complete transparency and accountability. The Congress leaders can neither see it nor digest that the BJP coalition is receiving appreciation from the public for its commitment to fulfill its promises. He advised the Congress leaders in J&K to play healthy and positive politics instead of making baseless allegations against the government.