Monday, 24 April 2017

Mehbooba Meets Modi Amid Questions on Coalition

Chief Minister Mahbuba Mufti met the PM Modi on Monday, amid the worst situation in Kashmir. After meeting in Delhi, Mehbooba Mufti said that there was talk of alliance between the state and situation of the state. Mehbooba Mufti said that I told PM Modi that negotiation at some level is necessary. Mehbooba said that the solution of Kashmir should be drawn from Vajpayee's policy. He told the Prime Minister that the Center should seriously consider the welfare of the state.

'The stones pelters are being provoked'

Mehbooba Mufti said that Kashmir was harmed by the Indus Water Treaty. PM Modi talked about considering this. There was talk of PM Modi on the issue of violence. Mufti said that stone pelters are being provoked. There can be no any talk amid stone and gun. On the question of governing governance in the state, Mehbooba said that center should be asked on this.


Mehbooba in favor of starting talks

Mehbooba Mufti supported the starting of a dialogue in Kashmir. Mehbooba Mehbooba Mufti said that she appealed to PM Modi that the dialogue should be on the line of policy formulated by former Prime Minister Mr Vajpayee. It will have to create an environment ahead.
'Differences will resolve on coalition'
Chief Minister Mahbuba Mufti met PM Modi on Monday, amid the worst situation in Kashmir. After meeting in Delhi, Mehbooba Mufti said that there was talk of alliance between the state and situation of the state. Mehbooba Mufti said that I told PM Modi that negotiation at some level is necessary. Mehbooba said that the solution of Kashmir should be drawn from Vajpayee's policy. He told the Prime Minister that the Center should seriously consider the welfare of the state.

Question on Coalition

After meeting PM Modi, there has been a break even on speculation about the alliance in Kashmir. Mehbooba Mufti said that work will be done to resolve the differences over the coalition. The decision to impose presidential rule is to take the center. Meanwhile, BJP has also come to the conclusion that coalition is working in the right direction in the state.
Highvel meeting in Delhi
Meanwhile, there was a high level meeting with the Home Ministry regarding the situation in Kashmir. Home Minister Rajnath Singh discussed the state situation with the National Security Advisor, Director IB, Home Secretary, about the situation in Kashmir.

Appeal to all the states of PM

Earlier in the policy commission meeting on Sunday, PM Modi appealed to all state governments to contact the students of Jammu and Kashmir in their respective states. Mehbooba Mufti raised this issue at the meeting. After appealing for Kashmiri students in Meerad, Rajasthan and asking the Kashmiri students to leave the state in Meerut of Uttar Pradesh, this appeal matters a lot. Modi supported Mehbooba's suggestion that the states of Jammu and Kashmir students studying in other states should take care of the interests of the states. Six local residents of Kashmir were beaten by some local people in Mewar University of Rajasthan. In Meerut, Kashmiri students were asked to leave Uttar Pradesh by placing a billboard.

'Central government not serious about Kashmir'

PDP leaders in Jammu and Kashmir are troubled by the statements of BJP leaders in the state, in which they have been giving statements against Kashmir. This is the reason why Mehbooba Mufti's brother who came to politics for the first time and PDP candidate from Anantnag Lok Sabha constituency Tasaduk Mufti said in a chat with a newspaper a few days ago that the central government is not serious about Kashmir.

More Threats in the Valley


After unrest for many months in Jammu and Kashmir in 2016, Mehbooba Mufti hoped that in the year 2017 the condition of Kashmir will improve, but this could not be done. In Kashmir, colleges have been closed for the last one week and just like last year, tourism has remained a fade this year.

                                                      ----Sashvat Gethe

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