The battle lines in Jammu and Kashmir have been drawn as the Union territory gears up for the first major elections after the abrogation of Article 370 last year. With Gupkar alliance on one side and the BJP on other, Delhi and Srinagar are locked in a bitter war of words.
On Tuesday, Amit Shah said the People's Alliance for Gupkar Declaration is an "unholy global alliance" that along with them Congress wants to return to the era of terror and turmoil. But, Congress asserted that it was not a part of the Gupkar alliance and was contesting the DDC elections to "expose" the BJP through democratic means.
So, we raise the following questions:
Will Gupkar 'gang' narrative lead to a total Centre-Kashmir divide? Can political normalcy be restored? Congress caught in crossfire between centre, valley parties? Is it fair to call valley-based parties anti-national?
Watch as panelists debate these and more on the show.