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After losing power PDP leaders turn 'spokespersons' of Pak stooges
2/12/2019 11:24:12 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 12: Leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party are following the footsteps of their president Mehbooba Mufti as most of them are talking in a language of the separatists and are making every attempt to appease Pakistan stooges active in the Valley.
Mehbooba Mufti has crossed every line from praising Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to visiting the families of militants she has done everything to send a message to anti-national elements that PDP leaders are their "representatives" and "spokespersons."
On Monday senior PDP leader and Rajya Sabha Member Mohammad Fayaz Mir wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and demanded returning of mortal remains of the parliament attack convict Afzal Guru and JKLF founder Maqbool Bhat to their respective families.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that since the day PDP has lost power its leaders have changed their tone and are trying to prove that they are no different than separatists. "PDP being ousted from the power seems to have shocked the party leaders and they are trying everything to convey it to the Centre that they can do anything and can even revive militancy in Kashmir if the government continues to ignore them " he added.
It may be recalled that when BJP pulled out from the PDP led government in Jammu and Kashmir in June last year many PDP leaders raised the banner of revolt and said goodbye to Mehbooba. This infuriated the former chief minister and she threatened Centre that if her party splits more Salahuddins and Yasin Maliks would be born. It was a direct threat to the country. Mehbooba's statement had evoked sharp reaction from the people across the country. Even one of the citizens filed a sedition case against Mehbooba in Ambala court.
"Now a PDP Member Parliament has joined the chorus by demanding the mortal remains of Maqbool Bhat and Afzal Guru, who were hanged for their involvement in terror related activities. Fayaz Mir writing to Prime Minister to seek return of the mortal remains of Bhat and Guru has proved it beyond doubt that PDP is desperate to appease the separatists, especially Jamaat-e-Islami, whose cadres had reportedly voted for the PDP candidates in 2014 parliamentary and assembly elections," said an observer.
He said that PDP's real face stands exposed and it should also open the eyes of the people sitting in the national capital. "Leaders sitting in Delhi have pampered the PDP leaders and they have developed a habit of throwing tantrums. Instead of encouraging anti-national politicians Delhi should show them their real place," the observer added.
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