"If BSP is voted to power, the people of the state will see a new era of change, which will be free of corruption, lawlessness, anarchy and non-accountability, which are prevalent in the state," BSP National General Secretary and Rajya Sabha MP Narender Kashyap said.
He was inaugurating the party office in Nagrota Assembly Constituency. Kashyap said the time has come when his party will emerge as a major force in the state and after the elections, either it will form the government or play a major role in its formation. The MP attacked the Omar Abdullah-led state government, accusing it of failing to check corruption.
"In the present government, every post is for sale and rates have been fixed for each and every government post," he alleged.
Kashyap alleged that corruption in the state is widespread and no department was immune to it.
"This government has not even spared the poor teachers and rates have been fixed for their transfers and postings. The people are suffering a lot and no work is done without bribing officials," he said.