Farooq BJP appeasement bids

Farooq BJP appeasement bids

No surprise for the people of Kashmir to see three time Chief Minister of their state Farooq Abdullah desperate to appease BJP top brass the time when the saffron party is in power at the centre and its alliance with PDP has ended. Shouting slogans “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” and “Jai Hind” at a BJP conclave called to tribute former Prime Minister Attal Bihari Vajpayee reminded people of his BJP appeasement practices which he demonstrated before the Vajpayee led NDA government lost trust vote by a single vote of the then NDA ally National Conference . The man who dared to defy Farooq Abdullah’s whip was Saif-Ud-Din Soz and choose to leave the party joined Congress party later. Farooq Abdullah known for his political appeasement tricks did not bother to ally with Congress party in 2009 under the leadership of Saif-Ud-Din Soz and he was not hesitant even in taking dictations from Soz as head of the Congress party in the state. The man to whom Farooq Abdullah had shown the door as National Conference President was easily to dictating terms to him and his chief minister son Omar Abdullah on almost every decision for six long years (2009-2015).

Had Farooq Abdullah even little bit of concern for the concerns of the people who allowed three generations of his family to rule the state, he won’t have preferred appeasement over the aspirations of the people of his own constituency which he represents right now.

Much before 2009 Farooq Abdullah had stooped down too low to ally with Congress in the year 1987. Upset by his ouster from power in 1986 by the G M Shah led breakaway group of his party with the support of Congress party Farooq Abdullah choose to be the ally of the same party which dethroned him. After the dismissal of the G M Shah government due to the withdrawal of support by the Congress party Farooq Abdullah took oath from then Governor Jagmohan as Chief Minister of NC-Congress coalition government and after taking oath as Chief Minister he in full public glare at the oath taking ceremony told Jagmohan “Pull my ears if I commit a mistake again”. Imagine what people of Kashmir can expect from a man who as chief minister can come down too low to ask governor of his state to pull his ears if he commits a mistake. This time he is an eighty year old man the eldest mainstream politician in the state but takes pride in being a parliament member with a victory margin of few thousands on just all time low 7% turn out. A three time former chief minister loosing Lok Sabha election three years back and wining an accidental bye election with the support of Congress party on 7% turn out is abusing the people who did not want him to join the Eid congregation with the intent of selling his fake popularity in Delhi’s political markets. Had Farooq Abdullah even little bit of concern for the concerns of the people who allowed three generations of his family to rule the state, he won’t have preferred appeasement over the aspirations of the people of his own constituency which he represents right now.

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