Reacting to this former Union minister Prof. Saifuddin Soz said ‘The fact is that the present day governance at the Centre has brought bad name to India and its democracy,’ the
“It is really unfortunate that Home Minister Amit Shah had to stoop so low and call the Kashmir Mainstream a ‘gang’.
The present ruling class at the Centre has already caused great damage to the system of governance in India by imagining that the BJP is the only safeguard for India’s democratic system.
The reality is, however, quite opposite to this,” Prof. Saifuddin Soz said said in a media statement released on Wednesday.
Amit Shah’s statement , political observes smelled lacked political diplomacy looked barbaric and, most likely, was affected by following developments :
1) Gupkar Alliance’s decision to contest the elections it had earlier considered boycotting.
Through their various interactions with the key players of the Gupkar Alliance, both the J&K administration and senior central government figures probably thought that the parties involved would not participate in any election until their core demands and concerns regarding the newly-introduced laws on J&K were met.
Despite this backdrop, the Gupkar Alliance’s decision to contest elections has galvanised the political grassroots in J&K, and Srinagar’s Gupkar Road is increasingly becoming the centre of politics in the post-5 August 2019 era.
2) Jammu & Kashmir High Court, in an unexpected move, directed the J&K administration to release former Hurriyat leader Masarat Alam from a long detention, “if he was not required in any case.”
3) Unabated violence inside Kashmir post abrogation of Article 370 and loss of life of security agencies at large
4) Chinese penetration in to Indian Soil inside Ladakh that indirectly helps Pakistan infiltration inside Kashmir
5) Even after 14 months still sound of bullets unabated and BJP led modi Governement still could not install 3G/4G network connection and people of kashmir still compelled to use 2G service only
In the middle of all these factors that could have disrupted the political chessboard in J&K and that made Amit Shah off balance and spit in open air while he lie horizontally.