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Pak stooges out to turn Kashmir into 'graveyard'
8/6/2018 12:29:11 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 5: As the Supreme Court is all set to hear the petitions challenging the Article 35-A on Monday, separatists in Kashmir are leaving no stone unturned to vitiate the atmosphere in the Valley.
In order to build the pressure separatists have already activated their henchmen to orchestrate the street protests and derail the normal life in the Valley.
Sources said that separatists are under pressure from their bosses sitting across the Line of Control to utilize this opportunity and recreate 2016 like situation. "Separatists have been assured that they would get full support from the militants to create fear so that they can enforce the shutdown," they added.
An analyst said that Article 35-A is just a pretext.
"Separatists are least bothered about whether the Article 35-A is scrapped or it remains intact. They just want to set Kashmir on fire."
He said that the fallen PDP-BJP regime granting amnesty to nearly 10,000 stone-pelters has encouraged them to carry on with their activities as the FIRs which were registered against them have been withdrawn. "On Saturday the wanted Lashkar-e-Toiba militant Naveed Jutt, who is prime accused in the killing of Shujaat Bukhari, chief editor of Rising Editor, appeared in the funeral of a militant at Malikgund Shopian in south Kashmir on Saturday, raised pro-Pak slogans and passed of the message of Hafiz Saeed that Kashmir banega ka Pakistan," he added.
A Kashmir watcher said that militants and terrorists have a common agenda that they want to advocate the cause of Pakistan and turn the Valley into "graveyard."
He said Kashmir based parties National Conference and Peoples Democratic Party are also trying to add fuel to the fire by hitting the streets and staging protests. "They are also trying to vitiate the atmosphere just to intimidate New Delhi. These parties should understand that case is in the Supreme Court and the Government of India has got no role to play in it," he said. "The Apex Court has to decide whether this Article will stay or go."
A politician said, "If the Supreme Court scraps this Article there is every possibility about separatists using this opportunity to appease their bosses sitting across the Line of Control. People of Kashmir should not play into the hands of these trouble mongers. Strikes and protests would push Kashmir once again to edge and there would be complete anarchy."
He said that Governor's administration has to take stern measures to avoid situation from taking an ugly turn.
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