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Govt's way of tackling unrest: Allow Hurriyat seminars, ban coaching centers
4/24/2018 11:52:48 PM
Early Times Report
srinagar, Apr 24: Even as the situation in Kashmir continues to be edgy for months, the state government has started to allow separatist leaders to hold anti-India rallies while curbs are being put on educational activities.
On April 21, when the Education Minister Altaf Bukhari announced ban on coaching centers for three months, that very time, in his own Amira Kadal constituency, a major separatist function was underway.
Hurriyat (G) Chairman Syed Ali Geelani was holding a daylong seminar at his Hyderpora residence. The event was attended by separatists who spoke anti-India venom and pledged to take "Kashmir issue to its logical conclusion."
When Geelani was being allowed to hold anti-India campaign, the Jammu and Kashmir government on Sunday ordered closure of private coaching institutions for students across the valley for three months.
The decision was taken to "end the recurrent and relentless protests" by students over the Kathua rape and murder case, which according to the state government, had hampered the academic session in the valley.
"We find private coaching centres a distraction for both students and teachers. These will remain closed for next 90 days. I appeal to parents to spend time with the children and apprise them that the Kathua case is before the court now. The case has put emotional stress on the students and they need parents' counselling," said Education Minister Altaf Bukhari in Srinagar.
That very time, from same summer capital, Geelani bashed the Jammu and Kashmir government as also New Delhi. Pro-Pakistan hawk, Geelani, set five conditions for dialogue with New Delhi.
He also accused the New Delhi of unleashing RSS agenda in Kashmir and asked people of Kashmir to be united for the cause.
While Geelani was allowed to hold seminar, his counterparts like Hurriyat M Chairperson Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairperson, Yasin Malik are already busy with their "anti-India activities."
But instead of separatists, the government is putting blame on students for uneasy situation in Kashmir. Bukhari said if students hit the streets again, they will be treated as "rowdies".
Officials said the Peoples Democratic Party led government has left the administration confused. "Instead of putting check on anti-India activities of the Hurriyat leadership coaching centers are being banned. It cannot be more ridiculous," said a police officer.
Despite repeated attempts the concerned ministers couldn't be contacted for comments.
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