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Plays dirty politics to remain relevant in politics
Mehbooba back to her old tactics
2/7/2019 11:36:10 PM

Early Times Report
Jammu, Feb 7: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik has exposed the “dirty politics” being played by the Peoples Democratic Party president and former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti.
It’s in place to mention here that Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday accused Army Major of beating a youth from Pulwama. She had demanded that stern action against the Army officer.
But Governor Malik has given a befitting reply to her by telling the people that they should not take her seriously as her politics is based on such gimmicks only. “Why should people sympathise with the situation and problems of Mehbooba Mufti? Elections are just around the corner. Her party is breaking apart. Her party is in a bad shape. She got power by this tactic only and now she is only trying to save her party by commenting against the forces and India’s political system. So she need not be taken seriously,” Governor Malik told reporters in Jammu.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that Mehbooba Mufti believes that by accusing the security forces she can strike a chord with the separatists and the Jamaat-e-Islami activists, who voted for her party during 2014 assembly elections. “PDP during its tenure left no stone unturned to help the supporters of the separatists and the Jamaat activists. Even the sympathizers of militants were provided jobs during PDP’s tenure,” he added.
When Mehbooba was the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir she had asked the Police to register a FIR against an Army officer who had opened fire to save his colleague from getting lynched from the stone-pelters in south Kashmir.
“Since the day Mehbooba has been ousted from the power she has been trying to tell the separatists and Pakistan stooges that as the Chief Minister of J&K she pursued their agenda and even out of power she is doing the same,” said a Kashmir watcher.
He said, “Everyone is aware about the fact that militancy increased manifolds during Mehbooba’s tenure. As a chief minister Mehbooba remained soft toward terrorists and terrorism. She even increased the incentives for the terrorists who surrendered. Even terrorist sympathizers were appointed in Jammu and Kashmir Police. One of them was a close aide of the former PDP MLA from Wachi Ajaz Ahmed Mir. The SPO who was appointed on his recommendation ran away with seven weapons from Mir’s quarter in Srinagar.”
The Kashmir watcher said that PDP’s track record is known to all. “BJP by entering into an alliance with a party having separatists leanings has lost ground in its bastion Jammu. The saffron party compromised with its ideology for the sake of power and with each passing day PDP’s real face is getting exposed,” he added.

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