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NC leaders oppose ousted PDP rebel's entry into party
5/3/2019 11:42:36 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 3: A serious infighting within the National Conference has erupted over inducting the ousted PDP leader from Srinagar into to the party with NC leaders hinting at the rebellion if the ousted leader is welcomed into the party fold.
The leader in question had earlier declared his open support to the NC candidate from Srinagar during the parliament polls and had termed him the best candidate for Srinagar.
With such stunning bonhomie at display, there were speculations rife that the National Conference is going to him and accord him an important position within the party.
However, days after the polls, a senior NC leader and party vice president Omar Abdullah's trusted lieutenant Nasir Aslam Wani went public and revealed that the party didn't get any support from anyone and speculation are just wicked rumours.
Such a statement led to the wide scale speculations again that chances are of this former PDP leader to secure his place within the National Conference are remote.
A senior NC leader said that if the rebels continue to find refuge within the NC where would the veterans go. "Tomorrow, if we come to power, we have to make them ministers. Where would all our saner and senior voices go?," he asked.
On January 8, this year, PDP Vice-President Abdul Rahman Veeri had stated that what its senior leader Altaf Bukhari has stated about the coalition politics in Jammu and Kashmir could be his personal opinion and not of the party. "PDP will go into elections with full force and seek mandate from the people. Altaf sahib's statement on coalition regimes in the state is in no way the party line," Veeri said.
An hour ago, Altaf Bukhari had subtly hinted that people should support NC during the polls in Kashmir and had seconded that statement issued by Omar Abdullah that there should be a single party rule in the state. "I personally believe that Kashmir has suffered a lot because of coalition politics that started since 2002. The results of coming Assembly elections shall have a huge bearing on the stability and all round development of the State," Bukhari observed, adding that he leaves it to the conscience of people to choose and vote for any political party of their choice that can safeguard State's socio-political interests and deliver the best.
The former finance minister observed that coalition politics results in chaotic atmosphere and more often lead to unstable governments that hugely affects the policy making and decisions of government and bring a limitation to them.
Later, PDP publicly ousted him and even accused of trying to create a divide within the party. "Till the dissolution, Mr Bukhari had the hopes of getting the government back. Though, till then, he was behaving like a partyman but his one foot was in PDP and his soul and spirit were with all other parties except PDP. He was in contact with the outlaws and even made hectic efforts to instigate rebellion within the party," party said in its January 21 statement. It added that soon after dissolution of assembly, Bukhari saw only one way of finishing the PDP and that was by taking over as President and he openly told some party leaders that he wants to take over as a prize for him to stay in the party. "He had a one point agenda and that was to take over the party and sell it out for promoting his political and other interests. Now exposed, he is openly declaring his ambitions in public," said the PDP.
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