Like our Facebook Page

Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
Breaking News :   Has Omar Abdullah forgotten the past? | People, politicians violating COVID-19 guidelines | Indian Air Force geared up for combat role in China border area | Admin’s tall claims of advance preparedness to handle power woes stand exposed | Marwah ration scandal: Properties of 12 Night Chowkidars likely to be seized | Completed 10 years ago Roohi Morh PHC yet to get functional | Only 500 pilgrims to be allowed per day for Amarnath Yatra, puja to be telecast live | JK witnesses yet another spike in COVID-19 deaths; eight more people die, 227 fresh cases | ACB indicts four Govt officials in graft case | AP demands revised policy for geology, mining activities in J&K | J&K Bank observes Van Mahotsav Week in Jammu | Agriculture Department geared up to achieve 100% coverage of KCC | GCW Gandhi Nagar girl cadets plant trees at home, vicinity | BJP looting common masses amid Corona pandemic: Harsh | Rana expresses concern over LoC shelling, seeks expeditious completion of community bunkers | GDC Mandi organizes poster making competition | Ayush medical camp organized | Indian Folk Dance competition organized for first time in UK | JKNPP Councillors call on JMC Commissioner | Congress stage protest against fuel price hike | Congress holds protest at Bishnah | JYB makes elaborate arrangements for Shravan Mass celebrations | Missing girl recovered within 24 hours | Two held with poppy straw | Abducted person recovered, two arrested | Murder mystery solved, two arrested | It is right time to get vacated Indian territory: Randhir | Tribute to the Galaxy of Galwan | Munish Gupta asks government to step in & solve problems of residents | People take to streets as water crisis hits Kashmir | Div Com reviews KCC scheme coverage, progress on SWMPs in Jammu districts | Two militants killed; JCO, 2 soldiers injured in Kulgam encounter | Taxi drivers fleece passengers at will, charge arbitrary fares | Automobile Dealers asked to follow orders regarding affixation of HSRP plates | Pakistan violates ceasefire along LoC in Poonch day after India lodges protest | 69 fresh positive cases, 18 recovered; 30 deaths in north Kashmir including 22 in Baramulla | DC Jammu reviews issuance of Domicile Certificate, progress of Jamabandi writing | Centre approves Rs 574.16 cr annual plan for NH works in J&K | Excise sleuths conduct raids in Bishnah-R S Pura; one booked | DDC Kishtwar reviews progress on implementation of POSHAN ABHIYAN | Day 41: Jammu, Srinagar Airports receive 21 domestic flights with 2,405 passengers | PO IWMP Udhampur inspects development works | DDC finalizes arrangements for “Kissan Pakhwada” awareness campaign | DC Rajouri distributes smart phones among girl students under BBBP | District Tuberculosis Officer visits Central Jail Kotbhalwal | Border residents pained as sub-standard material used in construction of bunkers | Chief Justice visits district court complex Kishtwar | VC SKUAST-J inaugurates animal health camp | 02 bovine smugglers arrested, 08 animals rescued | NMC urges govt to ease up verification process of daily wagers | MJR-47 castigates govt for inaction on issues of DPs | SKLPSAAN organizes free Ayurvedic medical camp | Bicycle for Change Club organizes meditation-cum-Yoga session | Childline Jammu distributes ration among needy families | Stop discrimination with JK business fraternity: Tajinder says to FM | Manav Adhikar Party members join JKAP | J&K Govt failed to come to expectations of citizens: UDA | BJP govt failed to solve problems of poor people: Jugal Kishore Sharma | Sunil nominated Chairman AAI’s Advisory Committee | Education World honours Trustee Jodhamal School | DDC Udhampur inspects progress on dev projects in Dudu, Latti area | DB directs Div Com Jammu to ensure Reasi brick kilns run in compliance | ‘CAT has no jurisdiction to hear service disputes in corporation/company’ | IGP assures impartial probe into civilian death in Sopore, ready to share CCTV footage | COVID-19: Govt evacuates 1,86,379 stranded JK residents; 1,26,718 via Lakhanpur, 59,661 through special trains | Power shut down | JKSSB releases 31 recommendations of with held cases in 172nd Board meeting | LMD imposes ` 15,000 fine on petrol pump for lesser delivery | Attempt to murder case solved, 4 arrested | Advisor Baseer Khan finalizes yatra arrangements | Militant hideout busted during Dodassan Bala op; arms, ammunition recovered | Work on numerous R&B projects gains momentum across Doda district | Back Issues  
news details
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.
  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
Early Times Android App
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
Train Enquiry
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center