National Conference leader Omar Abdullah today said that the PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir has been a change for the worse.
"This @jkpdp & @BJP4India Govt after the Modi/Mufti accord is a change alright but a change for the worse, no doubt about it," Omar wrote on Twitter.com.
The former chief minister pointed out the discrepancies between the ruling PDP's election manifesto, which included releasing political prisoners and the actions taken by the state government headed by the regional party.
"Masarat Alam detained under PSA & shipped to Jammu; new recruits to be paid stipend for years together & @jkpdp promised voters a change?" he asked on the microblogging site.