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NC-PDP cold war on statehood!
8/6/2020 12:30:37 AM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, Aug 5: The so called Gupkar agreement which had brought the arch rivals –the National Conference and the Peoples Democratic Party closer to each other around a year ago, seems to have ended as the two parties have started a “cold war” with each other.
Some of the prominent persons known to the two parties are being used to show each other down.
Sources said though initially the two parties had been using communication channels to remain updated over the developments, the same has been stopped for a while now and that both have become rivals again.
Sources said both the parties are using proxies to prove each other down on the social media through their close aides.
One of the prominent persons whose social media posts were often shared by Mehbooba Mufti is now openly targeting the Abdullahs.
The said person who has a huge following on the Twitter recently accused the Abdullahs of having gone for a “fixed match” with the BJP. The person went on saying on the social media that the Abdullahs were hand in glove with the BJP leaders on restoration of statehood whereas Mehbooba was the only leader in jail as she had not accepted the plan of the right wing party.
Mehbooba’s daughter on the other hand has been issuing statements which indirectly mock at the National Conference.
Sources said the PDP is trying to spread message that the party takes high moral grounds on the abrogation of the special status and that nothing less than restoration of Article 370 would be acceptable.
The National Conference on the other hand has also started its campaign.
Sources said Omar Abdullah has been personally trying to rope in his contacts in the media houses to send a rosy picture of the stand of the NC on the politics in Kashmir.
Sources said the NC has given a free hand to some of its leaders to speak all what they want to and that the party would not rebut their statements.
Sources said the reason of cold war between the two parties is emergence of new parties in Kashmir.
Despite repeated attempts the leaders from the two parties couldn’t be contacted for comments.
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