manjgu wrote:i believe everyone can be a stakeholder..but all stakeholders should be scared of our danda.. when negotiations happen we should have all the aces... all the danda...
Yeah, but you see the extent to which TSP holds the cards in the valley through their Harried rats. For years now, Indian nationalists, dare I say even Congoons, media, even us on BR have been pontificating that Harried rats have no constituency, they are irrelevant bla bla. And here we are kissing up and begging those traitors for talks. Now Chindambaram may be a hypocrite Congoon singing the song of Harried traitors, but I must say I am not impressed with ModiJi's riposte as much as I support this move for a special envoy. The reason being that while ModiJi might talk tough against the rats, whats he going to do if the rats demand TSP be included in talks as they sure will. Or maybe, just maybe, there will be a delicate dance where the rats may meet Singh provided he does not utter the phrase "Indian constitution", while the rats (TSP) will not say "plebiscite", but those talks will be bogus and meaningless.
Question I have though is what is India's end game? TSP is obsessed about the disputed nature of J&K, so are the Harried rats, and for sure the wild west as well. So how will these talks bridge the yawning gap between this so called dispute and J&K is integral part of India? What is India willing to give, and what are the KMs and TSP willing to give?
My gut feel tells me that TSP, through its rats might throw a curved ball and say there must be a "free and fair" election in J&K to decide who will represent "people of Kashmir". In other words, if India does not say "Indian constitution", KMs and TSP will not say "plebiscite". Reason I say that this will be a curve ball is because such a proposal will put India, at least the nationalists, on the back-foot as spoiler if we do not agree to such an election. Basically such a proposal will be a de-facto plebiscite. Or another option that PDP (so called "soft separatists") will put out the MushRat Sonia Gandhi "joint sovereignty" proposal. Either proposal is unacceptable to Indian nationalists.
Thus, I would hope and pray that there is no U-turn on the part of BJP, talks within Indian constitution must be a pre-condition, or else its downhill.