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PDP leadership in two minds about dealing with rebels
8/24/2018 10:06:30 PM
PDP leadership is in two minds whether to take action against the rebels or keep silent to woo them back. The PDP has misgivings about the rebels that they may join hands with Sajjad Lone and form the Government with the support of the BJP. That is the main reason for not taking any action so far despite the revolt staged by the rebels is less than two months old. The PDP leadership is aware of the dangers if the BJP led Government was formed with the help of the PDP rebels and that is the reason for PDP not having taken action against its 'rebel' members after they raised a banner of revolt against the party leadership, but its official Twitter handle has un-followed those rebels. The move is being seen as a sign of no reconciliation between the 'rebels' and the party leadership, PDP says.
Some of the Twitter accounts the PDP follows include party leaders, legislators, journalists and even actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha. However, the list does not include any of the PDP's seven rebel legislators--five MLAs and two MLCs--led by the influential Shia leader Imran Ansari-a former minister and MLA Pattan. Soon after the BJP ended its coalition with the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir, Ansari led a revolt against Mehbooba Mufti's leadership accusing her of nepotism. He was joined by his uncle and MLA, Zadibal, Abid Ansari, Baramulla MLA Javaid Baig, Tangmarg MLA Abbas Wani, Noorabad MLA Abdul Majid Padder, MLC Yasir Reshi and MLC Saifuddin Bhat.
The party's Twitter handle follows MLAs Raja Manzoor Khan (MLA Karnah), Haseeb Drabu (MLA Rajpora), Aijaz Ahmad Mir (MLA Wachi), Chowdhary Zulfkar Ali (MLA Darhal) and Abdul Haq Khan (MLA Lolab), and also Naeem Akhtar (MLC) and Firdous Tak (MLC) apart from party president and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti. The Twitter handle used to follow a few of the rebel party leaders--like Ansari and Reshi--who were active on the social media and the handle would often retweet their tweets. However, after the revolt in the party, the handle not only stopped retweeting Ansari's tweets, but also unfollowed him, According to PDP, that "unfollowing" the rebel leaders on Twitter "was a beginning" and more steps were in the pipeline and many party leaders accuse the party leadership in having initiated no action.
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