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Army Chief doesn't need Omar, Mehbooba's advice
'They can't even step out of their homes if Army stops fighting terrorists in Kashmir'
1/10/2019 11:17:58 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 10: Former Chief Ministers of Jammu and Kashmir Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah have once again poked their nose into matters which do not fall in their domain. They want Government of India to initiate dialogue with the Pak stooges in Jammu and Kashmir.
Both Omar and Mehbooba have advised the Centre that it should accept Pakistan's dialogue offer and initiate parleys with the neighboring country, which leaves no opportunity to bleed India.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that Kashmir centric politicians are only concerned about the Valley for them "national interests" hardly matter. "Out of power they indulge in anti-national rants and act as spokespersons of separatists and Pakistan. It seems they need to be told again and again that J&K is an integral part of India and it cannot be offered to Pakistan in a platter," he added.
The analyst said that if Omar and Mehbooba are so much concerned about separatists and Pakistan then they should leave the mainstream camp and join the camp of Pakistan stooges, who day in and out propagate sedition and separatism, and look for new ideas to foment trouble in the Valley. "Army Chief General Bipin Rawat doesn't need the advice of politicians, who have thrived on just selling dreams and illusions to the people," he added.
A defence analyst said that it has been established beyond any doubt that Kashmiri youth are being radicalized to the hilt and Pakistan stooges are solely responsible for the growing radicalization in Kashmir Valley. "Omar and Mehbooba, who were the former chief ministers, of Jammu and Kashmir are shying away from calling spade a spade. They are unable to tell their people that their children are choosing a wrong path and they need to be brought back. Instead they are challenging the Army Chief's statement."
He said, "Someone needs to remind Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti that they cannot even step out from their homes if the Army stops fighting terrorists in the Valley. It's due to the presence of Army and the security forces that they are able to run their political parties and are thinking about forming the government in Jammu and Kashmir."
A politician said that since the day insurgency broke out in the Valley, the Kashmir centric politicians have got everything in a platter. "They were provided fortified residences along with the VVIP security cover and other incentives. Their job was clear cut that they have to govern J&K. They have focused on all aspects except governance due to which Jammu and Kashmir is in a mess today," he added.
The politician said holding dialogue with Pakistan is India's prerogative and Mehbooba and Omar have got nothing to do with it. "They should focus on the issues which fall in their domain rather than dictating foreign policy to Centre," he added.
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