PDP-BJP coalition was an 'unholy' alliance: Jammu and Kashmir Congress

"This was an unholy alliance and it was expected to break from day one. They had betrayed the people of the state and supporters of the respective parties. They sought votes on opposing agendas," PCC president G A Mir said.

Press Trust of India
Srinagar, Publish Date: Jun 19 2018 3:51PM | Updated Date: Jun 19 2018 3:51PM
PDP-BJP coalition was an 'unholy' alliance: Jammu and Kashmir CongressFile Photo

Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee today said the PDP-BJP coalition was destined to break as it was an "unholy" alliance.

"This was an unholy alliance and it was expected to break from day one. They had betrayed the people of the state and supporters of the respective parties. They sought votes on opposing agendas," PCC president G A Mir said.

He said the BJP was more responsible for the situation in the state than the PDP and the national party carried more weight in the coalition.

"The BJP had a big mandate at national level but they were policy less when it came to Jammu and Kashmir," he added.

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