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'Prevalent peace has frustrated Pak handlers'
Govt apprehends violence after Eid prayers
8/21/2018 11:29:47 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Aug 21: Even as the situation in Kashmir has improved a lot since Governor NN Vohra took over, the state government apprehends violence in the valley during the 3-day Eid Ul Azha festival that starts Wednesday.
Sources said the intelligence agencies have inputs that Pakistani handlers of militants and separatists have been desperate to give a "new lease of life to the Kashmir issue through street violence."
Sources said the intelligence agencies have inputs that miscreants would use the Eid day to meet their ulterior motives only to keep the pot boiling in Kashmir.
Sources said the "intelligence inputs" suggest that the Pakistani handlers would try to make the best use of the first day of Eid to spread violence after the congregational Eid prayers conclude.
It was reliably learnt the separatists and their militant counterparts want the youth the create a scene on the streets by raising anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans, and resorting to stone pelting.
"Basically the improvement in situation and peace have left Pakistan and the Pakistani handlers frustrated on Kashmir and so they want their puppets in the region to incite protests," said a senior official.
Sources said the Inspector General of Police Kashmir range SP Pani recently discussed the inputs about apprehension of violence on Eid at the high level meeting asking his teams to be extra cautious during the festival.
"The first few hours after Eid prayers are crucial as miscreants try to cash it for inciting violence, so we're keeping our finger crossed," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
Sources said the Governor NN Vohra who enjoys the credit of having brought situation under control by delivering good governance has asked the police and other security forces to exhibit maximum restraint while tackling any law and order situation.
Sources said the police was fully prepared to meet any eventuality. "Our first and foremost appeal to the people of Kashmir is to celebrate peace peacefully," said a police official.
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