The uncertainty over the formation of government in Jammu and Kashmir deepened on Fridat after it emerged that the People’s Democratic Party could potentially snap ties with the BJP if the latter did meet its conditions.
As the political developments unfolded in the valley, the twitter users had different idea- to troll both the parties for their what said was unholy alliance.
Soon the hashtag #PdpBjpFailed became a top national trend.
The PDP recently sought clear and definite assurances on tricky issues from alliance partner BJP as well as the Centre before taking a call on government formation in Jammu and Kashmir.
Mehbooba Mufti termed the alliance as “unpopular.”
Addressing her party’s leaders and legislators, Mehbooba said for the first time that her father’s decision to ally with the BJP was an “unpopular” move.
She accused the BJP of “overt and covert” sabotage and suggested that the PDP would have to “reassess” the coalition.
However in Delhi, a senior BJP leader had said that the party’s central leadership was “unimpressed” by the delay in government formation and that it would harden its stance.
The debate on the twitter started with the first tweet from “With Congress” handle, which said, All the good work done during Congress rule have today come to a standstill because of wrong polices of PDP & BJP govt. #PdpBjpFailedJK.
All the good work done during Congress rule have today come to a standstill because of wrong polices of PDP & BJP govt. #PdpBjpFailedJK
— With Congress (@WithCongress) February 5, 2016
Later, Congress leader from J&K Salman Nizami wrote tweeted,
“Both PDP & BJP have opposite ideologies. When have the ideologically asymmetrical forces met together? Never succeeded. #PdpBjpFailedJK”
Both PDP & BJP are holding the country's most sensitive state to ransom. If u can't run an alliance, go for elections.#PdpBjpFailedJK
— Salman Nizami (@SalmanNizami_) February 5, 2016
And then floodgate opened, causing the hashtag to trend for most part of the day.
Here are some conversations;
Modi turned a blind eye to Paki & ISIS flags, released terrorists, allowed anti India rallies in JK. Is this Nationalism?#PdpBjpFailedJK
— Navin Khaitan (@navinkhaitan) February 5, 2016
— Syed Maqbool (@maqbool_sm) February 5, 2016
BJP couldnt get 200 ppl for a meeting on sunday in Jammu. It would b surprising if they manage to retain 4 seats out of 25.#PdpBjpFailedJK
— Sapiens (@lnsaneworld) February 5, 2016
The marriage of convenience was doomed to burst. People have seen through the joke. #PdpBjpFailedJK
— Ayodhya Tiwari (@TiwariAyodhya) February 5, 2016
No new Jobs, no growth & development. This is what the alliance achieved in last 10 months. Leaving the state in Limbo. #PdpBjpFailedJK
— JOIN Congress (@shanmugapillai3) February 5, 2016
— Lekhraj (@lekhraj191) February 5, 2016
They called others cronies, in fact their ministers r capitalist businessmen. H do you expect them to put up fight for JK? #PdpBjpFailedJK
— Dr Manjeet S Saroya. (@manjeetsaroya) February 5, 2016
firstly its never been a marriage from d day1 Instead it was Just like a living relationship divorce was very much expected #PdpBjpFailedJK
— Ishtiaq Khan (@ishtiaq787) February 5, 2016