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NC likely go for PDP like reshuffle
8/30/2018 11:42:42 PM

Early Times Report
srinagar, Aug 30: Even as the Peoples Democratic Party recently reshuffled the party cadres, the move has unnerved its arch rival National Conference.
It was reliably learnt that the NC will soon be calling a meeting of its executive body at the party headquarters at Nawa-e-Subh here where the party's preparedness with regard to political developments will be discussed.
Sources said many of the NC leaders want the party to call a free and frank meeting where complaints of the leadership would not be discussed but addressed.
Sources said the NC leadership is "fed up of the growing lack of consensus in the party's first family", comprising mainly of the party patron Dr Farooq Abdullah and his son Omar Abdullah, both of whom have been Chief Minister's in the past.
Sources said many in the NC believe that much like PDP, NC was suffering from resentment against some "pampered leaders" who have been given undue importance as a result of which the "grassroots are unhappy."
"In PDP it was people like Birbal and a cinematographer, who were accused of spoiling the party whereas in NC it's a coterie that is facing similar allegations but the problem is that first family never wanted a debate on the same," said a NC leader.
He said given the rebellion in the PDP that forced its President Mehbooba Mufti to go for reshuffle and to dump some of the "allergic faces", the NC leaders have started saying that if the Muftis could go for "introspection" why not the same for the Abdullahs.
"See the basic point is that lack of coordination between the father son duo has been a main cause of hidden division of the party. While some of the leaders are with the father, the others are with the son," the NC leader said.
He said given the growing resentment the party leaders have asked Dr Farooq Abdullah to call a meeting so that the party is prevented from "PDP like situation."
"Now that PDP has taken some bold steps we want our party to work on similar lines or things won't be the same again," said a NC leader.
Despite repeated attempts the party leadership couldn't be contacted for comments.
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