November 22, 2020

Cong’s Confusing agenda on Kashmir

A confusing agenda of the Congress party over Jammu & Kashmir after the bifurcation of erstwhile state into two union territories and withdrawal of it’s special status has consequently confused it’s own leadership in Jammu & Kashmir like other part’s of the country. Niether Gh Nabi Azad the old guard of the party in Jammu & Kashmir dares to visit Jammu and Kashmir to campaign for his party candidates in the ongoing elections to the district development councils nor the party’s General Secretary incharge J&K Affairs bothers to visit Srinagar or Jammu to campaign for the party candidates contesting the ongoing DDC elections. A confused political agenda over the present position of Jammu & Kashmir is obviously the cause of  the present helplessness of the Congress party is Jammu & Kashmir . Instead of announcing it’s own agenda over Jammu & Kashmir after last year’s August 5 decisions of the incumbent central government over erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir state, the Congress party in a state of helplessness is half heartedly endorsing the BJP’s provocative agenda over Jammu & Kashmir. Congress itself responsible for Indo-Pak Shima Agreement and 1975 Indira-Abdullah accord over Jammu & Kashmir has though no moral right to support either the scrapping of special status of erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir state or the J&K Reorganisation Act 2019 that bifurcated the erstwhile J&K state into two union territories, but the party shamelessly demands only restoration of statehood but not restoration of the position of Jammu & Kashmir state as it existed till August 4, 2019. Let the people of Jammu & Kashmir remind the Congress party’s incumbent central leadership that none else than Indira Ganhi to whom Congress workers used to call “iron lady of India” promised status quo over Jammu & Kashmir both in the Indo-Pak Shimla Agreement of 1972 and as well as her 1975 accord with late Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah the National Conference founder .

By disowning the agenda and historical commitments of it’s tallest leaders like Indira Gandhi over Jammu & Kashmir the incumbent leadership of the Congress party is by all standards of understandabilities showing disrespect it’s own tallest leaders and doing so is almost an attempt to distort the political history of erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir now bifurcated into two union territories with no special status.

While the irrefutable fact is that Indira Gandhi had promised status quo on Jammu & Kashmir both in the Indo-Pak Shimla Agreement of 1972 and as well as her 1975 accord with late Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah  as Prime Minister of the country but not as President of the Indian National Congress, question can be asked that why Congress party under the command and control of Sonia Ganhi is shying in endorsing the commitments of late Indira Gandhi over erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir state where she pulled down two popular governments with one headed by Farooq Abdullah and another by late G M Shah. To show that Congress is strong enough to stick to the commitments made by it’s tallest leaders as the Prime Ministers of the country, the Congress party’s incumbent leadership has no moral right to own the agenda of BJP presently controlling the central government with the same brute majority which once late Indira Gandhi and heir apparent son Rajiv Gandhi had in both the houses of the parliament. By disowning the agenda and historical commitments of it’s tallest leaders like Indira Gandhi over Jammu & Kashmir the incumbent leadership of the Congress party is by all standards of understandabilities showing disrespect it’s own tallest leaders and doing so is almost an attempt to distort the political history of erstwhile Jammu & Kashmir now bifurcated into two union territories with no special status.

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