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BJP leaders keeping options open, don't want to name PDP
'Kashmir centric politicians encouraging youth to die'
1/29/2019 11:20:03 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 29: Recently a senior BJP leader said that some "Kashmir centric" politicians are encouraging Kashmiri youth to die, but the leader did not identify them.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that the BJP leader should have named the mainstream politicians, who are encouraging the youth to die in militancy rather than maintaining silence over the issue. "After being ousted from power former chief minister and the PDP president Mehbooba Mufti had once again started visiting the families of militants. Had she not be threatened by the Hizbul-Mujahideen she would have visited more families," the analyst added.
He said that the BJP leader fell short of identifying the politicians, who are encouraging youth to die, as he knows that tomorrow his party may have approach the same politicians to form the government in the state. "Since the day PDP-BJP government has fallen in the state, saffron party has not spoken its old ally PDP. The BJP leaders are quite often seeing training their guns at Congress and National Conference," he added.
It's in place to mention here that BJP National general secretary Ram Madhav during his last visit to Jammu had said that BJP would form the stable government in Jammu and Kashmir along with "some friends" but he did not identify the friends he was talking about.
A politician said that BJP leaders know it very well that their best bet in Kashmir is the PDP as Peoples Conference led by Sajad Gani Lone is just confined to few pockets in north Kashmir. "Since the day PDP has been ousted out of power it stands decimated as top leaders of the party have said goodbye to Mehbooba Mufti," the politician added. "The BJP leaders seem to have started believing that weak PDP in would be easy to control. That is why the PDP president has been given a freehand to carry on with her activities," the politician added.
He said that BJP seems to have not learnt from its past mistakes and wants to repeat these in future so that it can cling on to power again. "If BJP leaders want to regain their lost ground they would have to stop appeasing the Kashmir centric politicians and stand on their own feet. They cannot just sell slogans to the people of Jammu region they have to prove their worth rather than just running after the power. The BJP has even lost the ground in its own constituency i.e. Jammu. It should first focus on Jammu and then think about Kashmir. The BJP leaders need to wake up and realize that they have left the people of Jammu region disillusioned," the politician said.
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