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    "Gupkar Gang" or an opportunistic diatribe: A look at this development

    The term 'Gupkar Gang' was recently coined by a top politician of the country against the amalgam of seven mainstream political groups of Jammu and Kashmir who formally structured PAGD (People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration) with Farooq Abdullah, JKNC's president as the President of the amalgam.

    This JKPAGD has been in the news for some time and people discussing this new political structure of Jammu and Kashmir. As the dates for small DDC polls process in JK have been announced, politicians have started blaming and lambasting each other for anything. The tweet coining a valid political entity as "Gupkar Gang" and anti-nationals in JK by a top politician is the most unfortunate. This 'Gang' term by a top politician seems unfair and should have been avoided. BJP itself is an ally to JKNC in LAHDC Ladakh which puts a question mark on the gang statement. If PGDA is a gang party, BJP is part of it.

    Coining the "Gupkar Gang" term seems an opportunistic diatribe to unstable this amalgam. PAGD has been declared a legitimate entity by the election commission so, why this much of hate? Can we expect a more mature statement from our politicians?
  • #715597
    It is very bad on the party of ruling party minister to define what is Gupkar gang and this term has become more famous in the media and the social media agog with activities. The utterance of the minister proves the frustration as great ganging up is taking place to tackle the future politics of Jammu and Kashmir.,
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #715615
    At times, politicians don't think well but put themselves into problems, and then regret for their mistake internally. And would continue to maintain the same externally because of their prestige. We can also call NDA Gang!
    No life without Sun


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