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GoI's snub frustrates separatists'
'Instigating student protests a ploy to disturb peace'
5/19/2017 12:18:04 AM
Early Times Report
jammu, May 18: Exasperated over Government of India (GoI) ignoring the separatists in Kashmir, the so-called JKLF chief, Yasin Malik, is leaving no stone unturned to add fuel to the fire so that yet another summer is ruined in Kashmir.
While addressing a seminar in Srinagar, Malik alleged that Centre is following "Fascist Policy" in Kashmir and called for "collective resistance" to carry forward the so-called "freedom movement" in the Valley.
"There can be no dialogue with the fascists RSS and BJP as they know single language, which is to muzzle the voices of people. India is hell bent to suppress Kashmiris and break their resolve," the so-called JKLF chief said.
"There is no alternative other than collective resistance. India can't stop our freedom movement. The collective resistance is the strong answer to counter fascism," Malik said.
According to the sources, Malik has been once again assigned the task by his bosses sitting across the border, to regroup the separatists in Kashmir so that yet another "Ragda" is triggered and one more season is ruined in Kashmir. "Everyone is aware about the fact that Malik in 2016 played a pivotal role in triggering unrest in Kashmir. From organizing street protests to stone-pelting, Malik did everything," said a
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Everyone is aware about the fact that Malik in 2016 played a pivotal role in triggering unrest in Kashmir. From organizing street protests to stone-pelting, Malik did everything.
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He said, "This time around his bosses who are sitting across the Line of Control (LoC) want Malik to yet again lead from the front to create chaos and confusion in Kashmir."
A source claimed that a few separatists are behind the ongoing student protests in Kashmir. "The SP college which is in the City Centre has remained in news as the college is in the area which is considered to be the JKLF citadel. There are reports that a few people have been assigned the job to ensure that students protests don't fizzle out in Kashmir and SP college has become the main target due to it being in the city," the source added.
He said, "Separatists are searching for dead bodies to set Kashmir on fire and students are being used to trigger yet another unrest in the Valley."
An official said, "The intelligence agencies have already warned the government about the attempts being made to fuel unrest. If situation has to be kept under control separatists have to be reined in. If they are allowed to move freely they could pose a threat to law and order and vitiate the atmosphere."
A source said that another reason for separatists' to have lost their cool is that despite they showing inclination towards holding parleys with the Centre, the BJP led NDA government has snubbed them
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