Says ‘unemployment the cause of growing militancy in Kashmir’
Srinagar, Jun 27: Congress MLA from Devsar Kulgam Mohammad Amin Bhat has sought the personnel intervention of Governor N N Vohra into what he called “backdoor appointments, financial frauds and land grabbing scams raised in and outside the assembly during last three years of PDP-BJP coalition rule in Jammu and Kashmir.”
Talking to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Bhat said even if the allegations of BJP chief Amit Shah against PDP are to be believed the Governor has to investigate the utilization of funds released for upgradation of developmental projects, road infrastructure and implementation of centrally sponsored schemes. He called upon the Governor to constitute a commission of enquiry to investigate the backdoor appointments, financial frauds and land grabbing cases against the legislators, ministers and party workers of PDP and BJP.
Saying that unemployment is the cause of growing militancy in Kashmir, he alleged that appointments in J&K Khadi Village and Industries Board (KVIB), J&K Sports Council and other public sector undertakings and autonomous bodies are a cause of concern and deserve immediate and knee deep investigation. Bhat has said that he will soon reveal the names of four top PDP leaders responsible for creating chaos and promoting corruption through backdoor appointments and land grabbing in different parts of Jammu and Kashmir.
Saying that former union health minister Ghulam Nabi Azad established medical colleges in Baramulla and Anantnag districts but unfortunately the posted PDP-BJP coalition rule is claiming credit for the same. Bhat dared PDP and BJP to list some new achievements to prove that coalition has done something to implement the Agenda of Alliance which has proved to be a big fraud committed on the people of Jammu and Kashmir state. (KNS)