Srinagar, Oct 11: Congress leader Saifuddin Soz Monday said that the worst phase in Kashmir is yet to come. Quoting sources from New Delhi, Soz said that Davinder Singh Rana’s exit from the National Conference and his joining the BJP, reveals a larger plot that characterizes Modi’s organized response to the Kashmir situation.
Soz added that this response has a sub-plan of dealing with border areas like Karnah, Keran, Gurez, Tulail, Kargil and Ladakh areas, with special care.
He said the BJP’s effort to restructure the life of individuals like Fakir Khan of Gurez, who has now undertaken the task of safeguarding the interests of the BJP in that border area and is reportedly busy performing this task successfully along with his son.
“A larger plan to tackle Kashmir over a period of time, is receiving attention from Modi & Amit Shah, on priority basis. The money factor of the BJP’s plan happens to be the most obvious aspect of this gigantic effort,” Soz said adding that a million-dollar question is whether the “Kashmir Mainstream Group” has any response to it or else it will continue to issue statements to no effect.
“In nutshell if we have fallen to bad times, the worst phase is yet to come,” Soz said. (KNT)