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When PDP accused Farooq Abdullah of being BJP’s ‘Chamcha’ in JK
Words never die!
10/18/2020 12:42:16 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 17: The story goes back to March 13, 2019 when Gupkar wasn’t a meeting point of Kashmir centric political groups and leaders of both Words never die!
When PDP accused Farooq of being BJP’s ‘chamcha’ in JK
Jammu, Oct 17: The story goes back to March 13, 2019 when Gupkar wasn’t a meeting point of Kashmir centric political groups and leaders of PDP and NC were busy taunting each other.
Now, when the PDP has accepted NC president Dr Farooq Abdullah’s command and leadership with the formation of grand alliance, the past statements which the PDP had issued against senior Abdullah have started coming to fore again.
One such statement was issued by Mehbooba Mufti’s trusted lieutenant Naeem Akhar on March 13, 2019. In the statement, PDP had accused Farooq Abdullah of destroying scope of combined resistance to BJP in Jammu and Kashmir. Akhtar had said that at the national level, Dr Farooq was jumping from one state capital to another to promote a Mahagatbandan against the BJP. “There he will not make any difference to whether Mahagatbandan becomes a reality or not but where he could offer a joint resistance in the state, perhaps under the pressure of his corruption case currently going on at Srinagar court, he is trying to do what suits the BJP and the Prime Minister Modi the most,” Akhtar said.
He added at that time that PDP is the only party which has offered democratic resistance to the Central Government consistently about the interests of the state within the constitution of the country. The PDP leader stated that Dr Farooq’s decision to join BJP was aimed to accommodate his son as a minister.
“To get this done, he gave away whatever was left of the state's economic prospects in the shape of power projects to the centre. It is Dr Farooq Abdullah who consolidated forces of official terror and patronised and promoted them while making BJP Halaal in Kashmir politics.
And this all flows from the historic 1947 accession after which you could not prevent any party or ideology to come to Kashmir but PDP believes in fighting those ideologies politically rather than by compromising on the state’s interests as the national conference has done right from 1938,” said Akhtar.
Now, when a larger amalgam has been formulated by the Kashmir’s regional parties, the million dollar question is going to be how they would bury off the venomous rants against each other so quickly. Will they be able to move on and never look back? Will the past jibes and accusations they had leveled against each other would be erased from their sagacious minds? A week, they say, is enough time in politics. In Kashmir we have seen this adage breathing life every day.
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