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Pakistan Army gives no Eid 'break' to Imran Khan, Kashmiri militants
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8/23/2018 11:08:39 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 23: Much like their masters in the Pakistani Army who elected Imran Khan to power as their Prime Minister, the militants in Kashmir didn't observe any "holidays" on Eid Ul Azha but went on to unleash terror in the valley on the auspicious day.
On the first day of Eid Ul Azha, three policemen were killed, whereas another one was wounded in south Kashmir, pushing the valley to state of mourning, when the people were supposed to be making celebrations.
Officials said it was for the first time that militants targeted so many policemen on Eid in the restive state and that the entire police department was in a state of mourning.
A series of attacks on the Eid day, left three policemen dead. Militants forced their entry into the house of Inspector Muhammad Ashraf Dar in Larve village in Pulwama district and killed him.
Earlier in the day, the militants had killed a policeman in Zazripora village of Shopian district and then killed another policeman in Louswani village in Pulwama district.
Director General of Police SP Vaid said the policemen had ignored the advisory regarding visits to ancestral places without security. Late in the evening, a former cop was abducted from his home in south Kashmir's Shopian district last night was set free only after being fired at.
Sources said the militants had instructions from their Pakistani handlers that when the Pakistan PM Imran Khan was not observing any holiday his armed stooges should show similar support from Kashmir.
"Pakistan wanted to give a notion to the world that Kashmiri terrorists are inspired by Imran Khan and thus they worked hard on Eid. But their work pushed Kashmir to numerous tragedies and both Pakistan and terrorists will have to pay for it," said a senior official.
"There was no Eid for police department because of the terror hand of Pakistan and their sponsored terrorists," the police official said.
The Pakistani media had been giving a hype that Imran Khan would be spending his first Eid holidays as "the Prime Minister of Pakistan working."
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