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Army Chief's warning rattles Hurriyat hawk
Geelani wants Pak army to remain safe, Kashmiris to die
9/24/2018 10:40:29 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 24: Army Chief Bipin Rawat hitting out at Pakistan for bleeding India again and again and warning the neigbouring country of the dire consequences seem to have unnerved the Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani.
"India and Pakistan are threatening each other with war. I want to tell both the countries that war leads to destruction, not solution," Geelani said recently.
His statement came a day after Army Chief General Bipin Rawat called for "avenging Pakistan army and militants' brutalities on Indian soldiers.
Geelani, who has been instigating people to throw stones and take up arms against the Indian state, seems to be scared of war, as he knows that Pakistan army cannot match the skills of the Indian army in the battleground.
A defene analyst said, "Pakistan can only fight the proxy war and has no guts to take on the Indian Army. Pakistan has lost the proxy war which it started thirty years ago. The Indian Army has broken the back of militancy in Jammu and Kashmir and has successfully neutralized the terrorists which Pakistan has been sending to J&K."
He said, "By calling off the talks Government of India has patted the back of the armed forces operating in the state. The GoI's decision is a morale booster for the Army and the allied security forces."
An analyst while commenting on Geelani's statement that "war is no solution" said, "Someone needs to tell Geelani that all along his life he has been preaching violence and asking the children of other people to pick up guns and die. He seems more concerned about the Pakistan army rather than his own people. He has no problem if Kashmiris die but he doesn't want Pakistan soldiers to get killed," he said.
The Hurriyat hawk is trying to appease the new Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and his associates by proving that "he is more loyal than the king." "Most people in the country are of the opinion that Pakistan should be taught a lesson for indulging in back stabbing and inflicting wounds on India by supporting terrorists and terrorism," he added.
Geelani had said, "My message to Pakistan is that it should not go with a begging bowl before New Delhi to seek a dialogue. How can a dialogue take place or a solution be achieved when New Delhi says Kashmir is its integral part?"
A Kashmir watcher said, "It's apparent that Geelani has acknowledged that New Delhi's stand is clear that Kashmir is an integral part of India and this fact cannot be challenged. He should stop giving sermons about war not being a solution as the people of India are fed up of a neighbor whose only agenda seems to be to bleed India. He should worry about Pakistan. If India decides to launch a counteroffensive the neighbouring country would disappear from the world map."
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