After decades J&K seems to be on stable footing and the right voices are being heard from NC and the Congress, both.
One is particularly happy that a young man under 40 is going to lead, once, a troubled state.
Congress has once shown maturity by not imposing pressure conditions on their coalition partner.It seems, Omar will be given a free hand to clean up J&K.
Farrookh may have ,reluctantly, garlanded his son.Unfortunately,it is being seen as congress's divide and rule policy.I ,for one, see it as a great opportunity for all the players including INDIA itself.
Congress has a new entry to UPA.Elections are round the corner,hence Mauja-hi-Mauja.
PDP, has been exposed of all their deeds and have lost the elections.They can play with words like vote share having gone-up,their agenda having been accepted.Democracy is all about numbers.PDP, stop fooling yourself and now behave like a good opposition party.
Omar has spoken of Pundits being including in decision making.He has also committed to take Jammu region along so also Leh, so that their is no discrimination against any region.
If at all ,there is a deputy CM,it would perhaps be a Hindu.
Omar seems focused when he said"Peace,developmentand employment will be my priority".
Sheikh Abdulla,Farrokh Abdullah and now Omar .......it completes full circle.
I hope, Omar does not disappoint the people who have vested faith in him.
There is no need to say that to trust a politician these daye is the most foolish dcesion one would take.But ,do we have a choice?
Omar,put all your efforts clean-up J&K. I hope you would
let us CHANGE INDIA for INDIA OF TOMORROW
B K Chowla
Omar has a very hard task ahead of him.He must ensure J&K gets infrastructure in place.
Public sector and Private sector investment should be incouraged even at the cost of heavy incentives, Local produce must be incouraged, even helping them sell their apples or whatever.