Srinagar, Jun 28 (UNI) Regretting the political crisis in the wake of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) withdrawing support from his government, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad tonight made a fresh appeal to everyone to join him to resolve the crisis.
''I feel sorry over the withdrawal of support by the PDP,'' he said in a televised interview.
However, he expressed confidence that he will complete his three-year term in office. ''Not a single hour less,'' he said.
Without naming anyone, he said he has worked with the PDP leaders for the past 30 to 35 years. ''I have developed relations with new leaders of the party during the coalition government,'' he said.
Mr Azad said instead of running away, we should fight and pull the state out of the crisis.
Mr Azad said he did not believe in blaming others over the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB)-land issue.
''It was a decision of the Cabinet and now it was our duty to unitedly fight the crisis,'' he added.
He made a fresh appeal to everyone, including opposition parties to join him in resolving the present crisis.
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