The main opposition National Conference on Tuesday termed the PDP-BJP government in the state as a "non starter" and accused the coalition of vigorously pursuing anti-youth, anti-people and anti-employee policies.
"Where is the government? The governance has been a distant dream during the past nearly 90 days", provincial president National Conference Devender Singh Rana told reporters after the former BSP MLA Prem Sagar joined the party.
Rana accused the coalition government of having a zero impact on the ground, "Not only in the urban areas. The impact of the government is zero in rural pockets with infrastructural development and utility services remaining in shambles" he said.
"Go beyond city peripheries, the woes of people will be reflective of the presence of government", he quipped.
He said the PDP and BJP were accusing NC-Congress government of performance inertia but it has itself miserably failed on all fronts.
"Be it the flood sufferers who have been left in lurch or be it the farmers who too have been neglected as their farm produce got totally damaged" he said.
To the allegations levelled by a ruling coalition minister about wide spread corruption in education department during previous regime, Rana said that NC believes in severe punishment to offenders and those indulge in corrupt practices.