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Hurriyat dove in deep trouble
3/15/2019 11:31:03 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 15: National Investigating Agency has sent one more summon to Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. He has been asked to appear at the NIA office in New Delhi on March 18.
Prior to this summon, NIA had asked Mirwaiz to appear before the NIA on March 11 but he had expressed his inability to join the investigation in New Delhi fearing for his security in view of "conditions of hostility."
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that NIA sending fresh summons to Mirwaiz are a clear hint that investigating agency wants to nail the Hurriyat dove and it has got enough evidence against him. "Since the day NIA has raided the residence of Mirwaiz in Srinagar he has been trying to project himself as a moderate leader and a victim of militancy. He is trying to tell New Delhi that he has always stood for talks and the much hyped hotline connection seized from his residence is a simple internet device," the analyst added.
A Kashmir watcher said, "If Mirwaiz ignores the second summon sent by the NIA he could be in trouble and there is every possibility about him being arrested and taken to Delhi."
He said, "During all these years Centre had given a long rope to separatists like Mirwaiz Umar Farooq but they mistook it as the weakness of Government of India. Pakistan stooges spurned the dialogue offers and insisted upon inclusion of Pakistan in the process."
"Now separatists are feeling the heat as people sitting in Delhi have realized that enough is enough and these people cannot be allowed to call for strikes and protests forever and advocate Pakistan's cause," the Kashmir watcher added.
He said that during all these years these separatists have been boosting about them being in touch with the people in Islamabad. "Last month Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz and Hurriyat hawk Geelani had received phone calls from Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Both of them had blown the trumpet to tell the world that they are talking to their bosses directly and Delhi cannot stop them. Now the time has come for them to tell the country what they were discussing with Qureshi," the Kashmir watcher added.
An expert said that Mirwaiz has to appear before the NIA rather than insisting that he should be questioned in Srinagar. "Pak stooges need to realize that they are no VIPs and that they are in a big mess. Throwing tantrums won't help their cause," he added.
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