Parties oscillating in tandem for public consumption of an idea of bringing Article 370 back
The archetype shift on the political milieu of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir after the release of the Peoples Democratic Party Chief, Mehbooba Mufti and the immediate sequences following her infuriating statements has led to rolling of heads among her political contemporaries viz-a-viz the public opinion.
Would her new avatar among the people of UT will lead to resurrection of her political illustration or dent her future prospective is too early to gauge.
But for the UT’s reaction and respond, it has somehow failed to generate a hullaballoo which, in erstwhile State, would have created a domino effect length and breadth.
Not so similar, but a guarded move is also being seen in the National Conference (NC) camp with its Patron Farooq Abdullah, on one side sending indications across about him and party being nationalist and on the other toeing the line for his future political survival.
Though Peoples Alliance for Gupkar Declaration (PAGD) is the pivotal hinge for both the parties oscillating in tandem to create niche among the public for a consumption of an idea of bringing Article 370 back, yet both are treading their separate ideologies, obviously in look out for political power back in their kitties which they have been enjoying in the erstwhile state.
Analysts however have their varied ideas of expressions for both regional bigwigs who see them through the prism of political empowerment the parties are looking through. But assembly elections still at a far distance, and BJP in full power at centre, what Gupkar Declaration will be left in store for it, the times to come will tell.
But for the present scenario, it will not be out of context to mention that both the regional parties have to do dig the ground again with a new shovel of some ‘out-of-box’ content to offer to public for their sweeping comeback.
For the time being it is Gupkar Declaration which holds the mantle in front for both the parties. Both Mehbooba and Farooq in Jammu doing their joint homework for future course is issue transpired among the public of UT.
The important chord that shrieks loud is as to what is holding back the PAGD to shoot its first salvo for the agenda of Declaration. The chairman, Farooq Abdullah had stated to come out with white paper on it within one month. Does PAGD holding till then to feel the pulse reaction? Seems interesting development to watch out for.