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PDP will be wiped out in 2014 elections: NC leader

Press Trust of India  |  Jammu 

Claiming that the base of PDP in the state is fast eroding, a National Conference leader today claimed the party will be wiped out from Jammu and Kashmir in the 2014 general elections.

"There will be total annihilation of PDP in 2014 elections because of its duplicity and anti-people policies. The process of its degeneration has already begun," provincial president of NC Devender Singh Rana said at a function here.

The divisive politics of PDP and BJP are detrimental to the growth and prosperity of Jammu and Kashmir, he said, and asked the party workers to work towards welfare of people of state.

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First Published: Sat, March 02 2013. 19:35 IST