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'Book separatists for defying Apex Court order'
2/18/2018 11:35:31 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 18: As the winter is about to end in Kashmir, the Pakistan stooges and separatists are trying to vitiate the atmosphere to appease their bosses sitting across the Line of Control (LoC).
From Feb 9 to Feb 18, separatists have called for a shutdown on three occasions. The recent shutdown was called on Saturday. The call did not evoke much response but it disrupted the normal life in Srinagar's old city where authorities had imposed strict restrictions as a precautionary measure. A legal expert said, "Separatists called for shutdown against the Supreme Court order under which the FIR against the Army in had been stayed. Its contempt of court and the Apex Court should take a note of it."
The so-called Joint Resistance leadership comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik, had called for shutdown against Supreme Court's stay on of FIR against Army in Shopian. They had criticized the Supreme Court's stay on FIR registered by police against the army for Shopian killings.
"Separatists calling for shutdown against the Supreme Court ruling can put them in a soup. And they can be even booked," he added.
Sources told Early Times that separatist and terrorist handlers sitting across the LoC want 2018 to be hot in Kashmir. "Besides pushing armed terrorists into the Valley they (terrorist handlers) want their stooges to disrupt the normal life in the Valley by orchestrating the street protests and calling for shutdowns," they added.
An insider revealed that traders and businessmen from Srinagar's volatile old city recently met the Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and apprised him about the difficulties being faced by them due to frequent shutdowns and protest calls.
An analyst said that Hurriyat dove is helpless as the shutdown calls are being issued by so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik and the Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani. "Mirwaiz has become unpopular in his own bastion as the people are questioning the logic behind the strike calls. Mirwaiz is fast losing the support in the old city," he added.
A Kashmir watcher said that separatist handlers won't allow peace to prevail in the Valley.
"They can go to any extent to enforce their agenda in the Valley. Security Forces and the security agencies would have to put in extra effort to keep the terrorists and separatists at bay as the youth are being motivated to indulge in stone-pelting to instigate the forces," he added.
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