In fact, on March 3, 2015, two days after the government was formed, PM Modi disapproved CM Mufti Sayeed's comment crediting Pakistan, the Hurriyat and even terrorists for smooth conduct of the pertinent assembly elections in J&K the previous year-end.
Jammu and Kashmir Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Ravinder Raina on Thursday alleged threat to his life.He claimed that the threat call which he received was from Pakistan.Calling Pakistan "a nation of coward people", Raina told ANI, "I have been receiving such calls from Lahore, Karachi, Rawalpindi and Muzaffarabad for many years since I constantly raise anti-Pakistan slogans".
In reply to a question Koul said, "Normalcy will be restored under governor's rule and steps will be taken to restore the faith of the people in the rule of law and working of the government".
Omar hit back, saying he had no doubt about his MLAs and referred to the BJP's alleged horse-trading bids in Jammu and Kashmir. While BJP was in favour, PDP leaders wanted the ceasefire to be extended. "Keeping it suspended has encouraged dalals", Omar said. PDP is the largest party in the state. As the saffron party was its partner, Kashmir polity got divided and had to depend on mandate from Jammu-where the PDP (like the NC) has very little base-to form the government.
If the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi had adopted the "Kashmir Policy" enunciated by the Atal Bihar Vajpayee government then in all likelihood peace would have prevailed in Kashmir.
The ceasefire announced by the Centre for the month of Ramzan was revoked on Sunday.
Just a few hours after the BJP broke alliance with the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress President Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on both the political outfits. BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav had cited rising violence and discrimination against the innocent civilians belonging to Jammu as reasons to end the alliance. According to the officials, the governor has called a meeting of all party heads, including the heads of the state units of the national parties, tomorrow to discuss the situation in the state. The security forces have very strict rules of engagement and "take action" in accordance with them, Rawat said.