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Sources said Hooda’s style of functioning dubbed authoritarian by his detractors came in for criticism Rahul asked all the leaders to air their views within the party forum and directed Hooda to accommodate everyone and face the Assembly polls unitedly Another major bone of contention is the appointment of observers after the dissolution of the district block and PCC executive committees Hooda’s opponents claim all 21 observers are known loyalists of the CM For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mir Ehsan | Updated: November 9 2014 9:19 am Now that the waters have settled a more probable reason has bobbed up — the BJP Related News In the past three months unnoticed among the flood and its aftermath more than seven new parties registered in Kashmir At first it seemed like enthusiasm for the approaching six-yearly Assembly polls Now that the waters have settled a more probable reason has bobbed up — the BJP A party that has never won an Assembly seat in the Valley but that is now making a familiar ambitious reach towards forming the government in the country’s only Muslim-majority state Contesting all the 87 Assembly constituencies for the first time it is banking on picking up around 25 seats in Jammu (of total 37) three of four in Ladakh and three-four of the 46 in Kashmir The trick lies in how the BJP will take that total of 32 to over the half-way mark of 44 and it’s here that the smaller parties and Independents come in RSS ideologue and BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav stirred the waters when he visited Kashmir on October 31 just after the announcement of the polls and met Peoples Conference chairman Sajjad Lone Agriculture Minister Ghulam Hassan Mir and other leaders But that was Madhav’s third visit to the region in four months Another BJP general secretary J P Nadda who is considered close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the Valley in July and then again in August He held detailed discussions with Lone The BJP has had meetings with Kashmir’s Grand Mufti Bashir-ud-Din and prominent Shia and Sunni leaders It has held talks with smaller parties and Independents Madhav has also been meeting former bureaucrats and civil society members who have taken the political plunge And when the PM visited Srinagar on Diwali two of the people on his short guest-list were Congress leaders with counter-insurgency links The BJP is set to tone down its rhetoric on controversial issues concerning Kashmir in the run-up to the polls instead invoking Modi’s slogan of Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Vikas and is poised to induct prominent faces from other parties BJP insiders said one such person would join the party on November 9 in New Delhi while another leader referred to as “the right hand man of a senior Congress leader” is expected to come into the fold in Jammu next week Several prominent Congress faces of the Jammu region have already walked over to the BJP Lone may have been the most prominent Kashmir voice to indicate that his meeting with the BJP was more than a courtesy call but for a while now the party has been setting its chips in place What is also clear is that whatever the form of the alliance the BJP strikes with Independents or smaller parties in Kashmir it will be post-elections depending on how short it is of 44 As anyone who has treaded the minefield of elections in Kashmir will tell you that suits all of them BJP vice-president and Kashmir affairs in-charge Ramesh Arora says the party began devising a strategy to woo Kashmir two years ago led by Madhav Soon after he took over in January 2013 Arora met nearly all the stakeholders in the Valley but for the separatist Hurriyat Conference “I met the Grand Mufti and prominent Sunni and Shia religious leaders besides politicians not affiliated with the National Conference PDP and Congress” he says Altaf Thakur a BJP media advisor and former general secretary who has been taking care of the itinerary of central party leaders in Kashmir says the party has made “deep inroads” “Once the results are out you will see we have allies in Kashmir We can even accomplish this mission (Mission 44+) without taking anybody’s support” Lone was always high on the BJP list He had split from separatist ranks to contest the 2009 parliamentary polls and to field candidates this time While the party failed to win the son of the late mainstream-turned-separatist leader Abdul Gani Lone managed to secure a good chunk of votes in Kupwara district of north Kashmir for his party and still holds sway there Though Lone is planning to contest elections from most Valley seats his focus is on Kupwara where his party is in a position to win a couple of seats Lone himself will contest from Handwara Confirming his meeting with BJP leaders Lone says he is open to anything “The national party that dominated the political scene in Kashmir was the Congress and they confined themselves to the Abdullahs and Muftis Now there is another national party in power and its national leaders come to Kashmir and meet people like Sajjad Lone” On October 31 Madhav met Ghulam Hassan Mir a founder-member of the PDP who had in 2008 floated his own Democratic Party Nationalist Currently the Agriculture Minister he has been representing Tangmarg for 12 years His party is contesting 10-12 seats in the Valley While aligned with the Congress Mir has kept other channels open He enjoys personal ties with leaders in New Delhi including former Army chief and BJP minister V K Singh Talking about his meeting with BJP leaders Mir says “For a politician nobody is an untouchable… One thing is clear in the next government our role will be important” Madhav has also met Hakim Yasin another former minister and senior Kashmiri politician who has formed the Peoples Democratic Front Yasin enjoys clout in pockets of Budgam district and has been representing Khan Sahib since 1996 in the Assembly Yasin doesn’t acknowledge meeting Ram Madhav but adds that politicians can’t close doors to opponents Further he says “We can help any party or coalition that assures development of the state and resolution of our issues” Besides Mir and Yasin are part of the newly formed Awami Muthida Mahaz which includes CPM general secretary Mohammad Yusuf Tarigami They are planning to rope in Engineer Rashid the Independent legislator from North Kashmir’s Langate who has his own outfit called the Awami Ittehad Party Together they can win at least four-six seats Rashid’s party is planning to contest more than 10 to 12 seats in Kashmir as well as the Muslim belts of Rajouri and Poonch in Jammu province Rashid acknowledges being in talks with the Mahaz as well as the BJP “I put several conditions before the BJP” he says “I will support anyone who can help resolve the Kashmir issue” Tarigami cleverly steps around the charge of hobnobbing with the BJP The CPM has a tactical understanding with many parties and is also contesting seats with Yasin’s and Mir’s parties he says “It would be difficult for us to go with the BJP But what can I say if Mir sahib (Ghulam Hassan Mir) has met BJP leaders” When Prime Minister Modi visited Srinagar on Diwali the Congress boycotted the function where he met delegations of political parties except for two partymen They included Imtiyaz Parray the son of Kuka Parray the founder of government-sponsored militia Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon and one of Ikhwan’s former senior members Usman Majeed “I went as the son of Kuka Parray not as a Congress member We had been invited by the PM and we highlighted the problems of our area” says Imtiyaz who is planning to contest from Sonawari Majeed a former minister has good connections in New Delhi as well as the Army He will stand from Bandipore Congress vice-president G N Monga denies the possibility of Majeed and Imtiyaz crossing over to the BJP after the polls “There is an anti-defection law and that is not easy” he says There are other floaters the BJP is counting on drifting its way Lately Ram Madhav has been calling on former bureaucrats and civil society members who are either part of established political parties or have formed their own One such outfit is the Kashmir Development Front a brainchild of former bureaucrat Farooq Renzu who is considered close to religious groups such as the Anjuman-e-Tableeg-ul-Islam and Karwani-e-Islamia The Kashmir Development Front is planning to contest six-10 seats on the plank of “development” which fits quite well with the BJP’s agenda “Kashmir has been ignored by ruling parties on the development front” says Renzu The J&K Save Party Tahreek-e-Haq and Peoples Republic Party are other parties that have come into being in the past few weeks The Tahreek-e-Haq was formed by Shazad Asim a former PDP worker who has done his doctorate in music Asim wanted to contest from Sopore but was denied a ticket by the PDP He wants to field candidates from several seats in north Kashmir now Asim admits being approached by the BJP and being “impressed by the performance of Hakim Yasin Engineer Rashid and Ghulam Hassan Mir” — all leaders on the BJP’s radar The recently-established Peoples Republic Party used to be an NGO which was set up by Dr Farooq Dar in south Kashmir Having emerged as a political party it has given tickets to panchayat members The BJP’s own focus is on four-five seats with a large number of Kashmiri Pandit votes The party has formed teams to motivate them to vote including those living in camps Conversely the party hopes these constituencies will see a low turnout of non-Pandit voters If it gets the calculation right this could work for the BJP in Habba Kadal Amira Kadal and Sopore seats with 13302 3058 and 1614 Pandit votes respectively Habba Kadal from where the BJP has fielded a Pandit former Panun Kashmir leader Moti Kaul is considered the safest bet for the party But it could also spring a surprise in Amira Kadal where it has as its candidate Dr Hina Bhat whose father Shafi Bhat represented the constituency earlier The BJP has also fielded three Gujjars from the Valley hoping that the community that comprises a substantial number in border areas will vote for it The Paharis and Gujjars traditionally vote for candidates from their own tribes In Kargil in Ladakh the BJP has fielded a Shia Munshi Aziz In all the party has fielded 11 Muslim candidates in Kashmir apart from more than nine in Jammu Earlier it was difficult for the BJP to find candidates in the Valley says Arora “Now even politicians from other parties are joining us” For the first time the BJP will bag seats in Kashmir he says To further ensure that the party is all set to shed its hardliner image in the run-up to the polls including softpedalling on Article 370 which is not likely to find a mention in its manifesto for the state The party will also urge separatists to embrace mainstream politics “This is the time for them to work for development They should fight both the corrupt NC and PDP” Madhav says “We are trying to cash in on the moderate reputation of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee” adds Arora The BJP campaign will be led not surprisingly by Modi who will address rallies in all the three regions of Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh Modi will begin campaigning immediately after he returns from his foreign tour on November 20 The five-phase polls start on November 25 Posters and banners will also have pictures of Union minister Jitendra Singh (who belongs to Jammu) former Congress MP Lal Singh Moti Kaul state party chief Jugal Kishore Hina Bhat and BJP Ladakh MP Thupsan Chhewang Madhav claims “there are strong undercurrents in favour of Modi in the Valley especially in North Kashmir” and a lot of anger against the state government “Our main focus will be development and the slogan will be to defeat both the PDP and NC two family-run entities which are behind the backwardness of the state” he says In Jammu the BJP is brimming with confidence about improving in its stupendous performance of earlier this year when it won 48 per cent of the total votes cast in the Lok Sabha polls It had led in 24 of Jammu’s 37 Assembly segments and stood second in half-a-dozen more It is these seats in Chenab valley and Rajouri district where it finished second narrowly that it is concentrating its focus on A leader admits though that the PDP may spoil the party “We do not know whether the resentment against the NC government will help the PDP” he says The BJP will soon issue a “chargesheet” against the Omar Abdullah government before releasing its manifesto on November 15 Of late in quotes that have not gone unnoticed in Kashmir some local leaders of the BJP have been claiming that the chief minister of the state will be a Muslim The BJP has always talked earlier about the need for a Hindu CM in the state to cater to its strong Jammu vote bank Incidentally this time it is Congress leader and minister Shyam Lal Sharma who said that the next CM could be a Hindu raising many eyebrows in the party in the Valley While Sharma has since kept his silence Kashmir and the BJP are poised for one of their most remarkable elections ever Should the party come within even sniffing distance of power its symbolism for the party the country and especially the state won’t be lost #The significant others BJP is counting on getting 25 seats in Jammu 3 in Ladakh and three-four in Kashmir The following parties may help it go from 32 to 44 Awami Ittehad Party: Founded by Independent MLA Engineer Rashid in 2010 His area of support is Langate and adjacent seats Peoples Conference: Founded in the late ‘70s it is now headed by Sajjad Gani Lone Peoples Conference has a good support base in 5 Assembly seats in Kupwara district of north Kashmir Peoples Democratic Front: The party formed in 2008 by Hakim Yasin has a good support base in Khan Sahib and neighbouring seats of Berwah and Budgam Democratic Nationalist Party: Set up by Ghulam Hassan Mir in 2008 it has a strong support base in Tangmarg constituency Kashmir Development Front: Set up by former bureaucrat Farooq Renzu Shah last month it has a brother of senior PDP leader Muzaffar Baig as vice-president It can influence results in pockets of Tangmarg-Kandi belt of Baramulla and outskirts of the city #We want to win Muslim-dominated seats: Avinash Rai Interview with Rajya Sabha MP Avinash Rai Khanna BJP in-charge J&K Affairs How you will accomplish Mission 44+ We will be able to get more than 44 seats Like the people of India here in J&K too people want change from dynastic rule and want development That PM Modi visited the state four times shows how much our party is concerned about J&K What are the main issues the BJP is highlighting Corruption and the absence of government on the ground We also tell people that if the BJP comes to power the state will see peace and development Do you think Muslims will vote for the BJP Definitely Hundreds of Muslims including prominent ones have joined the BJP Muslims know parties are trying to exploit them only to grab votes and that the BJP is a party that does not believe in caste colour or creed What will be the BJP’s agenda if it forms the government We will develop tourism and provide employment We will also remove refugee tag of people living in Jammu There will be corruption-free development You have given tickets to more than 20 Muslims The only reason is that we want to win a good number of Muslim-dominated seats (with inputs from Arun Sharma) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Jahangir | Published: November 28 2015 7:42 am The file that was left behind at Jahangir village after the CM’s sangat darshan on Friday (Source: Express Photo) Related News Former Punjab Police personnel Dildar Singh managed to get two minutes with Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal during the latter’s sangat darshan at Jahangir village in Khadoor Sahib assembly constituency on Friday Claiming to have killed two militants in an encounter and to having lost a son to militants Dildar wanted the chief minister to reinstate his younger son Harjinder Singh who had been granted a job in the Punjab Police on compassionate grounds but was dismissed in 1996 following a long absence While he managed to get his application in the hands of Punjab chief minister it however failed to become part of the record for further processing as Badal and his support staff forgot to take the application along with other written requests from the villagers after the sangat darshan concluded Share This Article Related Article In his application Dildar Singh claimed that he had killed two militants in 1989 during an encounter in an area under the Varoval police station of Tarn Taran district Dildar claimed that militants were after his family and took the revenge by killing his son Sukhwinder in February 1992 Following this his younger son Harjinder Singh was appointed constable in the police on compensatory grounds “My second son Harjinder Singh could not do his job regularly as militants were after him and wanted to kill him But he was dismissed in 1996 from the police job due to his absence I just want you to reinstate my son We will not make any claim over salary for the 19 year period for which he remained dismissed I am a Dalit and have no source of income” reads Dildar’s application which was left behind Others to lose out were the villagers of Jahangir who had submitted a handwritten application reminding the CM about a 25-year-old demand of getting a cemented road between Jahangir and Ekal-Gadda village The application had been supported by an image from Google map The CM also forgot the application from the Nambardars’ union in the district which had thanked him for increasing their honorarium to Rs 1500 besides reminding him that their due for the last two years is still pending For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News and 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