Govt busy, wait for them to finish before they start addressing problems, Omar to people

Govt busy, wait for them to finish before they start addressing problems, Omar to people

Newspoint Bureau
Srinagar, January 7
Taking a jibe at the state government over alleged callous attitude towards the problems of the people in view of heavy snowfall in the valley, former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah said the regime is busy in the stadium, so please wait for them to finish before they start addressing problems.
Former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was referring to the function organized on the first death anniversary of former chief minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed by ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) at Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar.
“The state government is busy in Bakshi stadium so please wait for them to finish before they start addressing people’s problems. Aap kataar main hain (You are in a queue),” Abdullah, who is the working president of main opposition National Conference (NC), wrote on micro-blogging site twitter
“No surprise at all there. This government has given ample proof of its completely callous attitude towards the problems of the people,” he added.
However, Omar Abdullah said that the death of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed last year left a void in the politics of the state. “1st death anniversary of Mufti Mohd Sayeed. His untimely death last year left a void in the politics of the Jammu and Kashmir state,” he wrote.

Normal life was on Tuesday crippled in some areas in south Kashmir district of Pulwama,
The historic 86-km-long Mughal road, connecting south Kashmir with Jammu remained closed for the 5th
The state government is likely to complete the programme for digitization of the Revenue Records
Government has miserably failed to make one of the oldest hydro-electric plants in South Asia,
Stop giving VVIP protocol, government accommodation and official vehicles to police officers and bureaucrats after
Normal life was on Tuesday crippled in some areas in south Kashmir district of Pulwama,
The historic 86-km-long Mughal road, connecting south Kashmir with Jammu remained closed for the 5th
The state government is likely to complete the programme for digitization of the Revenue Records
Government has miserably failed to make one of the oldest hydro-electric plants in South Asia,
Stop giving VVIP protocol, government accommodation and official vehicles to police officers and bureaucrats after
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