To a question whether calling politicians from the erstwhile state for the meeting reflected a change of policy by the Centre, Azad said ''to be very frank, I don't know whether there was any policy because I did not come across any policy.'' He said removing special status, downgrading the state to union territory and taking away the security and houses of opposition leaders can't be a policy. ''As such they(Centre) did not have any policy which is why the state suffered most...having no policy.'' ''If you remove one system, that was not replaced by another system. You removed the ministers, you dissolved the government, you removed the MLAs. Can officers take the place of ministers, can officers take the place of MLAs, can officers go and attend public meetings and public hearings, can officers reach out on a daily basis and be available for 10 to 12 hours? The answer is no. The entire system was killed and it was not replaced by anything,'' he said.