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Will Imran Khan ask militants to promote peace in Kashmir?
8/23/2018 10:42:18 PM
Even during the Eid celebrations the vale of Kashmir witnessed incidents of violence. And the only remedy for this mob frenzy is one direction from the Pak Army Chief and Imran Khan to people in Kashmir that they should behave and contribute to promotion of peace in the region. All these incidents of violence were being motivated by agencies across the border and what a joke? Even the Eid celebrations were not completed in a peaceful manner. The celebrations of Eid-Al-Adha was marred by violence in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar when stone-pelters came out on the streets and waved flags of Pakistan and ISIS. This waving of Pakistan and ISIS flags was sufficient to provoke the security forces. This waving of Pak flags was meant to destabilize peace. In a bid to disrupt peace, the demonstrators chanted slogans and clashed with police personnel on duty in Srinagar's Eidgah area, soon after Eid prayers. They also pelted security personnel, who were trying to disperse them, with stones. Two policemen and BJP activists were killed.
Similar protests occurred in Anantnag, Sopore and Kupwara towns. The police said a youth sustained a pellet injury in his right eye and was being treated at a hospital in Anantnag town. In another incident, a policeman was shot dead by terrorists outside the Eidgah in Kulgam's Zazripora, when he was leaving after offering prayers. Earlier in May, a tourist from Tamil Nadu's Chennai had lost his life in stone-pelting, a few days after the vehicle of a district judge from Bengaluru, who was on a holiday with his family, was pelted with stones. Around the same time, a bus carrying schoolchildren was also attacked by stone-pelters in Zawoora village of Shopian district. This indicates that protesters believe that they have stones to kill and not guns which could prove suspicious. While pelting stones groups of protesters are joined by terrorists who occasionally use guns to target a security personnel.
This clearly indicates that militants, having come from across the border, wish to hike the level of violence by targeting policemen. That is something different whether the policemen have come to offer Eid prayers. But these militants do not distinguish between a devout Muslims and harsh policemen. Their job is to ensure destabilization of peace which could focus light on the Kashmir issue. Hence since Pakistan has been supporting insurgency for the last 28 years it is her job to ensure that peace was restored. Well Imran Khan wants various issues to be resolved through talks but how could these talks be held when terrorists egg protesters to stage dane of death. This is the time for Imran Khan to prove his sincerity and the US is right when it has suggested to Islamabad to end the activities of non-state terrorists.
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