CRamS wrote:To me the central point of the pee-pee-c crap is not whether protests happened or not. I am sure KMs are mighty p!ssed at 370 revocation, and so I won't be surprised at protests.
But pee-pee-c is behaving like a propaganda machine and not reporting news. Their intent is stoke trouble and then report as if they are bystanders. A good # of pee-pee-c are of Paki origin.
Doval camping there and releasing video snippets of him interacting with locals is part of psy-ops. I only hope he is safely ensconced and routes cleared when he ventures out.
(Assuming pee is B.)(Would be nice if you could spell it out.)
I am afraid, Doval CANNOT be defined by a (silly) 370 or a 35A. Doval is much bigger than that. And, that was apparent in Modi's address to the nation.
That address (IMHO)(and I agree with Shekhar Gupta on this larger point) had 4 sub-points, the second of which Modi spoke to Indians.
He simply said (IMHO) that prior leaders kicked the can and that Modi was going to make the difficult decisions. In short: buckle up, the ride here on out is going to be very rough.
Point being, IMHO of course, this 370/35A, as important it is, is but a trivial subject - WHEN compared to the totality. What Indians need to keep in mind is NOT 370/35A, but the bigger picture (which granted is perhaps is not clarified yet).
I think this Kashmir issue has bubbled over, it will burst sooner or later and will be thrown in the dust bin of history.
There are a MUCH larger set of issues that India needs to address. The sooner Indians, collectively, start addressing those issues (not just Doval/Modi/Shah) the better for India.