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People defying threats to finish their pending businesses before winter sets in
Truck driver's killing yet another attempt to terrorize masses
10/15/2019 10:42:37 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 15: Terrorists setting ablaze an apple laden truck, killing a truck driver and beating an orchard owner in South Kashmir's Shopian district has once again brought to fore the ugly face of Pakistan sponsored terrorism in the Kashmir Valley.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Resumption of postpaid mobile phone services in the Valley has helped in restoring the normal life as people have started coming out to finish their pending businesses before the onset of winter."
He said, "Apples are ready. Growers have defied the threats of the terrorists and they are ready with their yield. Hundreds of fruit laden trucks have left the Valley during the past few weeks. Terrorists killing the truck driver Sharief Khan of Rajasthan seems to be a desperate attempt to create fear among the growers as well as the truck drivers from outside the state."
The analyst said, "The cold blooded murder of Khan has shocked everyone. People don't know how to react as the terrorists have now openly started targeting the civilians. They don't want them to open their shops, run their buses and sell their cash crops. Agenda seems clear that Pakistan sponsored terrorists want to choke the people and establish their writ."
An observer said, "People coming out in large numbers and making all the attempts to resume their normal lives has frustrated the terrorists and their bosses sitting across the Line of Control as the blatant lies which they were propagating for the past two months have been exposed."
He said, "People seem least interested in staging protests to carry forward Pakistan's agenda in the Valley. The Pak stooges who used to dance to the tunes of Pakistan are cooling their heels in various prisons. The money which used to flow through Hawala channels for orchestrating protests too has been choked so there is a bleak possibility about any massive protest breaking out in any part of Kashmir."
"The prediction of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan that there will be a bloodbath in the Valley has just proved to be a propaganda aimed at instigating the people. Now the terrorists have spilling blood of innocents to keep their bosses in Pakistan happy. People of Kashmir seem to have been fed up of threats and intimidation. They have broken the shackles and are defying the diktats of terrorists to put their lives back on track as they have realized that handful of terrorists cannot dictate terms to them," the observer added.
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