Jammu: National Conference working president Omar Abdullah on Wednesday accused the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir of dividing the society on communal lines to hide their "governance deficit and administrative inertia".
He said that the NC will not allow the society to be divided for satiating the "nefarious agenda of communal forces".
"Jammu and Kashmir is at the cross roads of its history with internal security taking a big hit and entire development process coming to standstill. The diversionary and sinister tactics of engineering communal divide unfold a huge challenge to people who should unite and foil it by remaining united by maintaining time-tested harmony and amity," Omar said, addressing a rally at Kalakote in Rajouri district.
The former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister said that the PDP-BJP should desist from dividing people on communal and regional lines in a bid to hide their "governance deficit and administrative inertia".
Omar alleged that the division in the society was being perpetrated to further the interests of those who are "thriving on divide and rule".
"The government has failed on all fronts and misgovernance has taken toll of the people across the state.
We wonder whether the state is being pushed backwards with any malafide intention," he said.
Omar claimed that the security situation was so precarious that for the first time he was const...