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Catch-up rule, NRP, corruption behind NC-Cong debacle in J&K
The National Conference and the Congress have taken the media reports for granted and are now searching out the reasons behind their defeat in all the three regions of Jammu and Kashmir, where the coalition in its five and half years of rule adopted anti-reservation polices, implemented New Recruitment Policy (NRP) and shielded corrupt babus as well as netas.

If sources are to be believed some social organisations motivated by the employees of these reserved category communities worked day in and day out to ensure the defeat of coalition candidates in Jammu-Poonch and Udhampur Parliamentary seat. It was further learnt from some social leaders of these communities that the anti-category factor will be more effective in state assembly polls in the areas where these communities form majority like in Poonch and Rajouri, where Gujjars are in good numbers and once were the vote bank of National Conference. In Jammu and Kathua, SCs have their good population in some of the constituencies which were once a strong hold of the Congress?

The decision of the National Conference and the Congress coalition of implementing new recruitment policy was another major factor for their debacle and according to sources will affect further in forthcoming assembly elections of the state.

Despite raking up issues of corruption and wrongdoings of various ministers of the coalition at different intervals of time, the chief minister Omar Abdullah, who, was advised by greenhorn political advisors like Devender Singh Rana, who don't know the ABC of politics, preferred to turn a Nelson's eye towards the issues, which has cost you Mr Omar.

Commission in government departments for civil works has risen from 40% to 60% under the present government's rule in the state. And still Omar Abdullah want to know the reasons for his party's defeat. They themselves have allowed the grass to grow under their chair and both the NC as well as the Congress has to bear the ticking-off of the public until some numen will work and do the miracle.

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