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Act against Kashmir centric leaders who protected separatists
They allowed Pak to turn J&K into battlefield
3/14/2019 11:35:46 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Mar 14: National Investigating Agency tightening its noose around Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has created ripples in the separatist camp. Pakistan stooges, who till the recent past, used to claim that violence is the only way out have started claiming that they are peace lovers.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that Pakistani agents have been preaching hatred and sedition for the past three decades. "They have been calling for strikes and protests. They have left no opportunity to claim that Kashmir is an issue and it needs to be resolved," he added.
The analyst said that now the heat has been turned on them and they have started fearing that now they won't be spared. "NIA has cracked down on their funding sources and the Agency has already prepared the list of assets owned by them," he added.
A Kashmir watcher said, "Besides separatists Kashmir centric mainstream leaders like PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti too are responsible for flaring up sedition and separatism in the Valley. Mehbooba has gone on record to say that she did not allow Centre to ban Jamaat-e-Islami, nor did she allow NIA to carry out raids at the residences of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Syed Ali Shah Geelani."
A politician said, "New Delhi during all these years has been reposing trust on the wrong people. The so-called mainstream politicians in Kashmir have protected the ant-national elements and today they are boosting it as one of their major achievements."
He said, "Separatists and Kashmir centric leaders during all these years allowed Pakistan to implement its agenda in Kashmir and these so-called leaders acted as facilitators. Today they stand exposed. Now they are looking for rat holes to hide."
An expert said that the GoI needs to take one more step it should act against the so-called mainstream leaders, who during all these years have acted as sympathizers of Pakistan stooges. "These leaders need to be taught a lesson for supporting the anti-national elements, who have turned Kashmir into a graveyard and have been hatching conspiracies to snatch Kashmir from India," he added.
Another analyst said that Kashmir centric leaders are playing a "victim card" to save themselves from facing the wrath of the investigating agencies. "They are no victims of violence instead they have thrived on violence and have encouraged Pakistan to turn Jammu and Kashmir into a battlefield. They deserve no mercy and need to be punished for sowing the seeds of discord and hatred in the Valley," the expert added.
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