x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Jammu plunges into unprecedented water, power crises | CEs posts kept vacant to pave way for blue-eyed' | CEO Poonch not bothered to detach teachers | As Tourists flock Kashmir, poor infrastructure, lack of entertainment irks guests | RDD Marwah defies SIC directions | Hr Sec school principal completed PG while on duty | Illegal constructions have become order of the day | After Mirwaiz, now Geelani softens stand, urges KPs to return home | Give me a chance, I won't let you down: Munish to people | Will distribute my salary among needy' | PHE workers protest, demand pending wages | PHE workers protest, demand pending wages | ADDC reviews progress on languishing projects at Udhampur | DDC distributes certificates, trophies among visually impaired sportspersons | Over 20 murders in Ramnagar in past 4 years go untraced: Harsh | JTC for permanent rehabilitation of KPs | Review meeting of ICAR held at SKUAST-J | Rohit Kansal reviews progress of on-going schemes, programmes | Mayor JMC visits various localities | Al Qaeda and the threat to escalate terror in Kashmir | Residents of Khawaskhan village accuse BJP, Congress leaders of ignoring them after winning elections | The Day Of Reflection And Celebration | The Student, Disciple And The Devotee | MNP demands solution for burning problems of state | PDP leader criticizes Mendhar town admin | Pineapple for beauty and health | Teachers Federation submits memorandum to PM, HRD Minister | India sends ultimatum to Pakistan | JJSF demands open admissions in Cluster University | Social organization demands teaching of Dogri | Arun Sharma launches BJP membership drive | J&K policeman wins 2 Bronze medals in international athletics championship | Special camps for enrolment under pension schemes held at Rajouri | Buddha Amarnath Yatra to begin on Aug 6 | Aayushi fill nomination papers for the post of Vice President YLA | Citizens Forum demands separate Medical Supplies Corporation for Jammu | Renault launches all new Duster | JU VC inaugurates Bio-composter | SC reserves verdict on pleas against KAS 2016 selection | Make Solid Waste Management people's movement: Div Com to officers | Bail rejected in attempt to murder case | HC refuses to suspend lifer of woman, paramour | Parents protest against dilly dally approach of Jammu District administration | Annual congregation of Rohmetra Mahajan Biradari on July 16 | Anil files nomination for Gen Secretary post | Police seeks adjournment of Rassana trial; says accused being major or minor still undecided | Man stabs wife to death, hangs self in Jammu | JK mulls revising livestock transport rules | BSF organizes pension adalat for retired personnel | Power shut down | RM Public School organizes plantation drive | Advisor Kumar discusses modalities for imparting BLS training program for police personnel | Div Com inspects progress on 'Khel Gaon' project | Nitin files nomination for president post | Advisor Sharma takes stock of developmental works at Leh | Jammu and Kashmir witnessed 187 more attacks in 2018 than last year | NGT raises fine imposed on Gammon India, HCC to Rs 2 crore each | Summer Vacation Of Schools In Jammu Division Extended | LS passes bill to give NIA more teeth | RDAI issues new rules for ULIP and non-linked products | Next month: Delhi to Katra within 8 hours, second Vande Bharat Express launch soon | Civic amenities nowhere in sight at Trikuta Nagar Extensional sectors | Narwal yard awaits repairs since last 3 decades | CRPF men rescues girl from drowning in Tangmarg | Tehsildar Bunjwah holds public darbar at remotest Kither area | 14th batch of 5,210 pilgrims leave Jammu for Amarnath | DC reviews flood preparedness, progress of PMGSY, PWD roads | Suspicious object found on Rajouri highway | Govt centres impart handicraft embroidery training economically weak | Bus, trade with PoK remain suspended since March 24 | DC Poonch holds public grievances redressal camp | All J&K Panchayati Conference Hails Governor’s Administration | Police pays tribute to constable killed in militant attack | Budha Amarnath Yatra: DDC visits Nowshera to take stock of arrangements | Back Issues  
 
news details
Pak stooges trying to save terrorists by giving shutdown, chalo calls
10/23/2018 10:47:32 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 23: Security forces intensifying the operations against the militants active in the Valley have frustrated their handlers sitting across the Line of Control and Pakistan stooges.
To divert the attention from anti-counterinsurgency operations, the so-called Joint Resistance leadership comprising Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik have started giving shutdown and chalo calls. "During the past few weeks the security forces have been zeroing in on the militants and killing them. This has frustrated their handlers. They have apparently passed on the instructions to the separatists to activate their henchmen who can enforce shutdowns and disrupt normal life by pelting stones so that the law enforcing agencies shift their focus towards law and order issues," said an analyst.
He said in this week the separatists called for shutdown on Monday, then Lal Chowk chalo on Tuesday and now they have called for Kulgam chalo on Wednesday. "All this is being done to provoke the people so that they can hit the streets and stage violent protests. They are looking for more bodies to prolong the shutdowns and chalos so that the militants get a chance to regroup," he added.
A defence analyst said, "Terrorists falling like lame ducks has created fear among their ranks as they know that their days are numbered and security forces have decided to go after them."
He said, "Pak stooges who are out to create disturbances in the Valley should bear in mind that they won't succeed in their designs as stone-pelters have been taken care off and their henchmen are in position to call the shots."
The defence analyst said that the Governor's Administration needs to go after the stone-pelters so that their activities can be curtailed and they don't succeed in taking people hostage. "By giving shutdown and chalo calls separatists are making lives difficult for the common people as it leads to authorities imposing restrictions and curbs. People at the helm don't want people to get killed, that's why restrictions are put in place," the analyst added.
A Kashmir watcher said, "The JRL has returned to calendar politics this time to bail out the militants and appease their bosses who have directed them to create law and order problems for the administration."
He said, "Pakistan and their stooges are playing a dirty game. But this time around the government has decided not to allow these elements to succeed in their designs."
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU