After the recent alliance between PDP-BJP for the formation of a stable government in Jammu and Kashmir, it was the Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayed, who came up with some shocking claims which clearly shows disrespect to Indian Army and Election Commission who were present during the Legislative Elections held in November 2014. However, this alliance also known as a "governance alliance" might bring peace in the turbulent state. While the BJP's insistence on Article 370 debate will be kept aside as of now, but it will remain as a core principle of the party. Also the time bound revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act(famously known as AFSPA) might be taken into consideration by PDP-BJP alliance. Both the parties have different ideologies, with one party romanticising self-rule and the other grudging special status for the state, yet they have joined hands for the betterment of people of J&K. The decision to come together is itself a welcome sign for both in Centre and the State are willing to put aside the campaign for power in the state and bring about a defined constitution for the whole. The people of J&K are tired of internal factions and conflicts among the past governments. They are yet to witness a trail of peaceful development. This alliance now holds key for coalition harmony. It is also important for Mr Modi's plans in order to conquer sub-continental reach. Now the PDP and BJP are working together, they should smoothen their rough edges together and think for the citizens of the State. It also implies that both parties must think of it as a whole state, and not in parts. PDP must improve his reputation among the mass and now BJP being at Centre, this might go in the favor of Sayed's men. As far as BJP is concerned, they are both in Centre and State, it simply cannot ignore the reality of long term peace in the Valley .