PDP has accepted BJP’s sacrifice, will Jammu do?
Now that BJP is laden with massive loss in Delhi, the Modi wave seems to be diminishing. AAP’s sensational comeback has washed away the wee remains of Modi wave in the capital. To surprise of many, Arvind Kejriwal has again made a remarkable victory in Delhi. BJP leaders in J&K, however think that Delhi elections would not change their impact in Jammu but gauging the whole scenario, BJP’s loss in Delhi plus BJP’s sacrificial compromise in J&K might belittle the now-significant BJP in the region.
To come into power, BJP is ready to sacrifice all the demands which got the party such a sweeping victory. Modi wave had started becoming more of a monarchy lately and the effect of that seems to be fading now. The public supported the party’s agenda during the campaign but now in the course of coming to power, BJP is deliberately forgetting that. The sacrificial loss of BJP seems to be just another aspect of the party being solely power hungry. The curtains are being lifted and the two have almost declared their partnership. The structured talk is yet to be held before the CMP is framed and the three major BJP leaders have already been called to Delhi.
The party is ready to abrogate its demand on Article 370 and is in every way, ready to put up with PDP having an upper hand in the alliance. Earlier, Ram Madhav claimed that the CMP will exclude the contentious issues but now the local leaders have intended not to put any topic in cold storage. The party however, is ready to sacrifice most of the promises made to the public during the elections. But will the public accept the decision of the saffron party sacrificing at every step. The political vacuum seems to be restoring itself but the public mandate is consequently getting disrespected. The party had won a million hearts in Jammu and now that the partnership is in cards, the party is eventually forgetting its own stand. PDP in all aspects has a supreme hold in the partnership and with no objection the BJP is agreeing to this. The demands of revocation of AFSPA and Mufti as CM are not being compromised from the other side. The alliance at first seemed as a potential prospect but BJP in this manner is losing its own importance in the partnership. How acceptable this will be to the people of Jammu is yet to be seen.