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Pak stooges trying to save terrorists by giving shutdown, chalo calls
10/23/2018 10:47:32 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 23: Security forces intensifying the operations against the militants active in the Valley have frustrated their handlers sitting across the Line of Control and Pakistan stooges.
To divert the attention from anti-counterinsurgency operations, the so-called Joint Resistance leadership comprising Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik have started giving shutdown and chalo calls. "During the past few weeks the security forces have been zeroing in on the militants and killing them. This has frustrated their handlers. They have apparently passed on the instructions to the separatists to activate their henchmen who can enforce shutdowns and disrupt normal life by pelting stones so that the law enforcing agencies shift their focus towards law and order issues," said an analyst.
He said in this week the separatists called for shutdown on Monday, then Lal Chowk chalo on Tuesday and now they have called for Kulgam chalo on Wednesday. "All this is being done to provoke the people so that they can hit the streets and stage violent protests. They are looking for more bodies to prolong the shutdowns and chalos so that the militants get a chance to regroup," he added.
A defence analyst said, "Terrorists falling like lame ducks has created fear among their ranks as they know that their days are numbered and security forces have decided to go after them."
He said, "Pak stooges who are out to create disturbances in the Valley should bear in mind that they won't succeed in their designs as stone-pelters have been taken care off and their henchmen are in position to call the shots."
The defence analyst said that the Governor's Administration needs to go after the stone-pelters so that their activities can be curtailed and they don't succeed in taking people hostage. "By giving shutdown and chalo calls separatists are making lives difficult for the common people as it leads to authorities imposing restrictions and curbs. People at the helm don't want people to get killed, that's why restrictions are put in place," the analyst added.
A Kashmir watcher said, "The JRL has returned to calendar politics this time to bail out the militants and appease their bosses who have directed them to create law and order problems for the administration."
He said, "Pakistan and their stooges are playing a dirty game. But this time around the government has decided not to allow these elements to succeed in their designs."
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