Chairman PDF and MLA Khansahib Hakeem Mohammad Yaseen has urged the need to provide a responsive, transparent and corruption free Governance to the people of the turmoil ravaged state hoping that the Governor administration would leave no stone unturned to restore peace and order in the restive state. He said stopping bloodshed of civilians and restoring people’s faith on bureaucracy are the tough challenges before the Governor administration.
Addressing a public meeting at Khansahib Budgam today, Hakeem Yaseen has said that due to political uncertainty in the state since 1947, the Governance and administrative set up in the state has been plagued with nepotism and corruption thereby making the life of common people miserable “Good Governance has become first casualty of the long spell of political uncertainty in the state, Hakeem Yaseen said adding that Center did never respect mandate of the people of state.
He said successive Governments at Center installed puppet Governments in the state which worked as toothless tigers which gave rise to political anarchy, nepotism and corruption in every sphere of life. He hoped that Governor N N Vohra, by virtue of his past experiences, will be able to bring the people of the state out of this mess and anarchy.
Hakeem Yaseen has hoped that the Governor administration, instead of using muscle power & ESMA, try to address genuine grievances of the agitating Government employees and workers including Doctors, SSA teachers and Anganwadi workers, through negotiations.
He said people of the state are already facing economic deprivation due to existing political anarchy in the state and need sympathetic treatment to their problems.
Hakeem Yaseen also sought release of all political detenues languishing in jails for long to win goodwill of the people and as CBM. He asked the Governor to help prepare a favorable ground for confidence building between Indo-Pak to resolve all outstanding issues amicably through dialogue and reconciliation so that lasting peace in the state could be restored.
About the present political situation in the state, Hakeem Yaseen said “I will not be a party to any Government formation in the state through horse trading.”
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