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Kashmir’s green party gives up
6/5/2020 12:40:06 AM
J&K government releasing PDP leaders, Sartaj Madni and Peer Mansoor, is a hint that Kashmir’s green party has given up its tough posture. And its leaders like other Kashmir centric politicians— detained post August 5, 2019, when Centre revoked J&K’s special status and divided into two union territories—have understood that them taking cudgels with the Centre is not helping their cause.
During the past few months most of the detained leaders have been released there are only few leaders under detention now. The PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, who according to some media reports, has proved to be a hard nut to crack, seems to have cracked. Her twitter handle being run by her daughter has gone silent during the past one month.
Many believe that PDP too has struck a deal to remain silent and release of Madni and Mansoor is an indication. PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, who was shifted to her Fairview residence at Gupkar in Srinagar nearly after 7-months detention in a government accommodation, continues to remain under house detention under Public Safety Act (PSA). Soon after Mehbooba was shifted to Gupkar, her daughter wrote on her mother’s twitter handle that (Mehbooba Mufti) will decide her future course of action after the PSA detention is revoked and she is released from the house arrest.
The tweet at that point of time indicated that Mehbooba is no mood to compromise. But now her tone has changed and she is no more active on twitter.
Mehbooba’s party, PDP at this point of time stands nowhere as the most of the leaders of her party have said goodbye to her and have moved on. She knows that even if she is set free, she can’t do much as her threats like more Salahuddins and Yasin Maliks will be born if her party is split have vanished in thin air as no one has born after the PDP crumbled under its own weight.
Her threats that she will decide her future course of action after she is released is nothing but a mere rhetoric which she wants to keep alive to keep atleast herself relevant. Her party has already become irrelevant. She softening her stand is an indication that the PDP chief has realized that not a single person came out on streets to seek the release of Kashmiri leaders, including her. Last nine months have shattered the myth that Kashmir centric leaders were mass leaders.
It has been proven beyond doubt that they used to survive due to Centre’s ashirwaad and since the day New Delhi has stopped looking towards them, they have become one among the crowd.
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