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Kabhi Haan, Kabhi Naa’ leaves NC in chaos
11/22/2022 11:02:03 PM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, Nov 22: The apparent flip-flop of the National Conference towards its policies has left with party in “chaos with many planning to call it a day to join rival parties.”
While the Zonal President for north Kashmir Sameer Bhat tendered his resignation on November 22, resentment is brewing among several other of his colleagues over the alleged failure of the party to have a “firm stand on issues.” The two main issues which the NC confronts, as per the insiders, is its stand towards the much-awaited Assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir. While the National Conference had said it would contest the elections on seat sharing with the so called Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration or PAGD, where the Peoples Democratic Party is the other main ally, the Abdullahs had said they would not contest the Assembly elections till the statehood is granted.
But in the latest while the NC said it would contest the elections individually and also nominated incharge for the constituencies for Kashmir, the party also said the Abdullahs could contest elections.
Amid this “Kabhi Haaa and Kabhi Naa”, while the party leaders were questioning the ideology, one of the prominent youth leaders has resigned from the party and made his resignation public on the social media.
In a resignation letter to NC party President Dr Farooq Abdullah, Bhat said: ““Sir, With a very heavy heart, I am bidding farewell to the party I joined back in 2017 with high hopes that JKNC represents the aspirations of the people and this is the party which has always defended the rights and identity of the people of Jammu and Kashmir,” Bhat said.
He subsequently took a dig at the party for its stand on the abrogation of the so called special status of Jammu and Kashmir. “On the fateful day of 5 August 2019 in an unconstitutional and undemocratic manner Jammu and Kashmir was deprived of its special identity and the erstwhile was bifurcated and downgraded to two UTs and the people of the erstwhile state saw only hope in JKNC leadership. But with recent developments our party declared constituency incharges for all seats of Kashmir that made it crystal clear that party will go solo in assembly elections which is a complete U-turn of our earlier stand that PAGD will fight elections jointly to put unified fight,” Sameer Bhat alleged.
While the outgoing NC leader had tagged his colleagues to the resignation letter none responded to his questions.
Sources said resentment is brewing over the “NC’s confusing stand” and that the party could face more resignations in the coming days.
A senior NC leader while speaking to the Early Times on the condition of anonymity however said it was an isolated incident and that party was united for its stand on the Assembly elections.

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