In Jammu and Kashmir, things are pretty unpredictable in the political sphere. Earlier National Conference had shared power with the BJP which was at the centre under Vajpayee’s rule and again when Vaid Vaishno Dutt was the chairman of Jammu Municipal Council.
As has been evident, Mehbooba Mufti does not seem to have any mood of continuing the alliance agenda until and unless Prime Minister gives a green signal to CBMs. That CBMs are not out in the public domain is another glaring issue. There are rumours that some PDP legislators are constantly in contact with National Conference so there is a possibility that NC might come to power.
The Jammu and Kashmir state has been ruled by various political parties of the state and country since 1947.
BJP had received such an appreciable support from the people so it is trying hard to rule out any possibility of them losing the power. As per the present scenario, the possibility of coalition government of BJP-NC cannot be ruled out and on the other hand Dr. Farooq Abdullah and his son are putting in their best efforts to bring National conference back on track. We may just see them in power in two months or around if the state is going to see elections again.