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Pak stooges activate stone-pelting modules in Kashmir
4/18/2018 11:57:37 PM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Apr 18: To disturb the law and order situation in Kashmir, Pakistani stooges have re-activated their stone-pelting modules across Kashmir.
Credible sources told Early Times that the separatists have upped the ante against PDP-BJP government and are leaving no stone unturned to keep Kashmir boiling.
"The issue they are politicizing and using for disturbing law and order situation in Kashmir is Kathua rape and murder case in which police has already concluded its investigation and arrested all the accused," they said. They said that stone-pelting modules have been directed to involve school and college students in every district particularly in South Kashmir. "Under a proper planning and design stone-pelters most of them who aren't enrolled mange to enter in into colleges and schools and later create law and order situation," they added.
In South Kashmir's Anantnag district, an officer said that he found that stone-pelters from some other area and districts have entered into the college. "Among the students who sustained injuries during the clashes in Anantnag district we found some among them were from Shopian and Kulgam districts and we believe they aren't even enrolled in Anantnag College," he said, pleading anonymity.
He said that stone-pelters are donning school uniform to mislead student community and to also give an impression that students' community is holding protests.
He also questioned the logic behind holding protests over Kathua rape and murder case at a time when the Crime Branch of Jammu and Kashmir Police has already submitted challan, accused have been arrested and a trail is going in the court.
A police officer said that they are going to chalk-out a strategy to stop such incidents and will not allow anyone to disturb the situation particularly in educational institutions. However, he sought the cooperation of parents as well.
Meanwhile, in Anantnag during clashes between forces and youth, at least 15 including four female students sustained injuries on Tuesday. Clashes also broke out in other areas of South Kashmir including Pulwama.
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