Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yogendra

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    Not only J-K, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yogendra Yadav

    For the first time spelling out its stand on political problem of Kashmir, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Yogendra Yadav on Monday said his party is for “granting autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir and other states too” and “solution to Kashmir lies within constitution”

    Speaking at an election rally in central Kashmir’s Budgam district, Yadav, also a psephologist and political commentator, said, “Every state should be given right to draft their policies as per its need. AAP believes that not only for the prosperity of J&K, but every Indian state should have its own autonomy.”

    The AAP has been steering clear of sparking any controversy on Kashmir issue.

    Yadav’s stand on Monday once again reflected the party’s ambiguity as it failed to come up with any specifics to end the Kashmir problem and banked on broad generalisations.

    Ruling out third party mediation on the Kashmir issue, he said, “There is no need of any third party to resolve the Kashmir dispute and matter can be resolved amicably within the parameters of Indian Constitution.”

    He said an honest approach is required to solve the issue. “People of Kashmir should be heard. They should not feel alienated,” added Yadav.

    He said political parties are using the Kashmir dispute as an excuse for the lack of development in the valley. “AAP are here to address grievances of people that have gone unheard so far,” he said.

    Commenting on the recent incidents of blasts, Yadav said, “There are apprehensions that mainstream politicians are themselves involved in these blasts. Many believe that mainstream politicians are themselves carrying these blasts.”

    Asking people to participate in the polls, the AAP leader said, “No matter even if people choose NOTA option but at least they should practice their fundamental right.”

    Taking on BJP’s political position on Kashmir, AAP’s Yadav rejected the forces pushing for abolition of Article 370.

    “AAP believe in Swaraj. In Swaraj, every village, district, state should have the power to decide for its betterment. Article 370 is a part of Swaraj,” he said.

    Yadav also described “militarization as a sign of weakness of India in Kashmir”. “In real democracy, there is no need of military strength. It is used for external threats and it should remain confined to it,” he said.

    The AAP leader called for decrease in the army's footprints in the valley. “Military presence in Kashmir should be as much as in Punjab, Haryana or in any other state of India,” he said.

    AAP has fielded a well-known RTI activist Raja Muzaffar for the Srinagar parliament seat. He will take on National Conference’s Farooq Abdullah and Peoples Democratic Party’s Tariq Hameed Karra.

    Not only J-K, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yogendra Yadav - Hindustan Times

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    Is Yogi Yadav's contention sound?

    Or is it another of the dream sequence divorced of reality and realpolitik that the AAP with regularity spoon up to give the impression that they are a thinking, intellectual and an evangelist lot!

    This statement is also very humorous - “solution to Kashmir lies within constitution” that Yogi tell us about. Apart from Bhooshan maharaj of the AAP all know it does like within the Constitution. Why reiterate? Or is it to slowly drum into the voters'head that AAP, while unable to disown Bhooshan, wants to also state that they are all for Kashmir being in India. Of course, the autonomy is another 'intellectual' claptrap to keep to their pristine image and fool the people that AAP is a political party that can think out of the box!

    India is already has a Federal Structure with clear distinction of areas solely of the State and areas solely of the Centre and some overlapping areas. This division in governance structure has stood us in good stead so far.

    But autonomy for each State?

    As it is one cannot control CMs like Bannerjee, Jayalalithaa et al who thinks they are island of sovereignty themselves, therefore, can India afford to give away the little control it has over its federal structure and functioning?

    Yogi spewing wishy washy claptrap?
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    Now the Freaking Cat is Getting out of the Freaking Bag..... These A$$ holes wanted India to be split into 29 Independent country that's what the real agenda and its not corruption
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    It is becoming clear day by day that AAP has lost its marbles. Yogendra Yadav is purposefully talking about autonomy in a different sense than what it usually means to dodge the question.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    AAP wants to take India from federal structure to a feudal structure. If their structure is to be implemented it is the jar headed Bahubalis in the villages that will decide the political discourse of this nation.

    They want to establish a true Communist state which has never been implemented as it demands a near perfect society that considers each and everyone an equal.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    In short, they want the country managed by Khaap like structure...
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    one kasmir is causing this much trouble to us when we have 29 like of those then only god knows what will happen

    yogendra is wanted to divide india in many parts nothing more.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    Divide and rule openly said by Yogendra.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    What is good for one village or state may not good for other villages or states. What will happen if people of Kerala and Karnataka decide not to share water with Tamil Nadu? What will happen if Tamil Nadu and Karnataka decide not to allow power transmission to Kerala? What will happen if Haryana and UP decide not to share water with Delhi? What is the role of Central Govt. if people in villages or states take all decisions. AAPian Swaraj will only create anarchy.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    That's the problem with AAP, they don't want to improve anything, they really don't have the solutions. Instead, they only want to bring their own set of rules and regulations ( AK49 Indian Constitution) replacing it over our existing system.

    They want their favored laws and have always refuse/threaten those working within the current system. That's a very dangerous sign for democratic India.
     
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    Re: Not only JK, every Indian state should have its own autonomy: Yoge

    In Mewat, this YY declared himself to be a nearly muslim. No doubt he preaches disintegration, as do all the AAP leaders.
     
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