Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Courts use SMS service to create awareness about Covid-19 in JK, Ladakh UTs | Covid-19: Govt issues helpline to facilitate inter-state migrant labourers | India coronavirus, COVID-19 live updates, March 29: Piyush Goyal, 13 lakh railway employees donate close to Rs 151 cr to PM CARES fund | Stop movement of people across borders, put people travelling during lockdown in quarantine for 14 days to check spread of coronvirus COVID-19: Centre to states | Social distancing, not emotional distancing, says PM Modi on harassment of coronavirus COVID-19 patients | 5 more test positive for Covid-19 in Jammu and Kashmir, total cases 38 | Lockdown only way to fight coronavirus COVID-19, people must show courage: PM Modi | Coronavirus Outbreak: Man Suffering from COVID-19 Dies in Jammu and Kashmir; Death Toll Rises to 2 | How Maharaja Pratap Singh tackled JK's five deadly epidemics | Kabul attack, auto driver's killing expose ugly face of terror yet again | Spike in Corona Virus cases in JK as 13 more test positive, number of active cases reach 30 | 'Identify slum pockets; reach out to them with essential commodities' | 5 villages declared red zones in Rajouri | PM announces new fund for people to donate towards govt fight against coronavirus | Administrative quarantine facility with 35,000 beds set up in J&K: Kansal | 5 DySPs transferred | FIR registered for uploading fake 4G restoration | J&K sets up helpline for stranded residents | Doctor wife of senior officer proceeds on leave amid COVID-19 outbreak | Was action against two medicos Govt's scapegoating? | Kranti Dal demands crackdown on drug peddlers | SKS appeals LG to pay attention towards KPs | Kishtwar police refuted allegations of Doctors, urged people to stay inside homes | JKCCTU suggests Govt to deduct one day salary of employees | Gulmarg, other upper reaches in north Kashmir receive snow | Is this a simple MESSAGE being passed by NATURE or a clear cut WARNING about future? | For Those With Low Standard Health Sectors | 21-day Lockdown is the Last Hope | Stranded people appeal for transport facility to reach their homes in J-K | COVID-19: Jammu Police's 'We Care' campaign continues to break chain, 32 with travel history identified | Media comes forward to help admin, police to fight COVID-19 | SUF condemns attack on Sikh gurduwara in Afghanistan | COVID-19: MC Poonch conducts cleanliness drive | Mendhar town grappling with garbage, RDD in deep slumber | Ensure proper sanitation, sewage for Ekta Vihar: Munish urges admin | Mahila Cong provides food, ration to needy family | AAP demands fogging, sanitizing of municipal wards | CWA Jammu appeals people to stay at homes | Marriage of two sisters in Bunzwah solemnized without key family members | COVID-19: Students allege mismanagement at Kathua quarantine centre | Restrictions continue in Kmr, police book several people for defying lock down | Duo send 5 boys to Pak on valid documents for armed training | BDC chairman arrested for allegedly abusing policemen | FCS&CA issues duty roster for officials | Trucks carrying essential commodities stranded due to landslides on Jmu-Sgr highway | Laborers, industry workers, hawkers worst hit by lockdown | Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist sent to police custody till April 4 | Policeman disengaged from service for hurling abuses at locals during lockdown announcement | FC dedicates CD, Psychiatry hospitals as COVID-19 exclusive hospitals | COVID-19: FIR Lodged Against Rumour Mongers | LG asks CMD to implement RBI guidelines | Chief Secretary appeals for calm | CBI court grants interim bail to ex-DCs, others in fake gun licence scam | KAS association to donate one day salary | Sahib Bandagi to provide packed meals to 1500 families | SSS to donate Rs 51000 to JK relief fund | BJP leaders distribute food among needy | Coronavirus update: Govt says India not in stage-3 of coronavirus infections | Covid-19: Railways makes first prototype of isolation coach | GDC Udhampur starts COVID-19 helpline | KS express concern over plight of labourers | Swayam Sevaks continue to distribute relief material among needy | JKNPP seeks President’s intervention to save homeless, jobless population | AWWA workers to donate one day salary | IDS starts fund raising internationally to fight COVID-19 | Drug peddler arrested in Sunderbani | Shiv Sena demands adequate measures to make people reach their homes | Back Issues  
news details
Kashmir centric parties at blind alley
3 to 4 families kept issue unresolved, says PM Modi
1/29/2020 11:57:54 PM

JAMMU, Jan 29: Prime Minister NarendraModi has once again hinted that road for traditional Kashmir centric parties has ended.
Addressing a NCC rally in New Delhi, PM Modi while referring to Kashmir said, “About three to four families and political parties were not interested in finding solution of the problem. They kept the issue unresolved.”
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, “The recent statement of Prime Minister Modi is a direct hint that the old Kashmir centric parties may find it difficult to survive in New India, which is seeking answers from them for keeping Kashmir unresolved for more than seven decades.”
He said the developments which took place in Jammu and Kashmir since 1947 are an ample proof of the fact that Kashmir centric politicians, who ruled J&K for so long, kept the pot boiling by claiming that J&K’s accession with the Union of India was not final. “Just few days before August 5, when Centre announced its decision to reorganize Jammu and Kashmir, top Kashmir centric leaders, including the former chief minister, Mehbooba Mufti, had reiterated that J&K’s accession with the Union of India is not permanent. She had even threatened that no one will be left in Kashmir to raise the tricolor,” the analyst added.
It’s in place to mention here that a few days ago senior PDP leader, and former deputy chief minister of erstwhile J&K State, Muzaffar Hussain Beigh, while addressing a news conference in Jammu had said that “Mehbooba’s tricolor remark could be one of the reasons for Kashmir centric leaders being placed under detention.”
An observer said that Prime Minister, NarendraModi’s, statement about a few families and political parties were impediments in resolving Kashmir, has made it clear that these families and political parties should call it a day. “Whenever political process resumes in Jammu and Kashmir, it will revolve around the new faces. There is no chance about the old leaders making a comeback in Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.
The observer said that the new policies that have been formulated to develop J&K, include giving new people a chance, and the most important message, which the Government of India wants to give the new leaders is that they should tell truth to the people that Kashmir was never a dispute.
“Ones who used to talk in one language in Delhi and another in Srinagar have been shown their right place. They have been cut to size and may even end up migrating to some other place,” he said.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center