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Security scenario may worsen in Kashmir
11/9/2018 9:16:44 PM
The situation in the Kashmir valley may witness further deterioration after the separatists have decided to replace shutdowns by protest rallies. And during the protest rallies there was possibility of clashes between the protesters and the security forces in which many could be killed and injured. Once some civilians were killed it could derail peace which is already in peril. The Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL) comprising Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik are mulling to shun the two-decade practice of calling strikes after every untoward incident. The JRL is thinking about replacing the shutdowns with protests similar to ones carried against the proposal to repeal Article 35-A of the constitution. The separatists have started consultation with all sections of the society that include religious organisations, lawyers, traders, transporters, employees, academicians, civil society members, it was agreed that continuous hartals were not serving any purpose to stop the killing spree in the Valley.
According to the new strategy, on the JRL call, different organisation would carry out a protest on a particular day across the Valley to pressurise the government to stop the "killing of civilians" in Kashmir. "The protests will be similar to ones that were carried during the protests against the attempts to abrogate the special status of Jammu Kashmir. Every day different sectors like transporters, traders, bar association, civil society, shikara owners, hoteliers will carry out protest rallies in various parts of the Valley. JRL has often come under severe criticism of the public for not finding any alternative to hartal calls that badly impacts the State's economy.
Once protest rallies may be started various parts of the valley may be under curfew restrictions so that incidents of violence could be on a restricted level. But once people respond to the call for staging protest rallies militants may sneak into the protesters and there is a possibility that they may open fire on the security forces and in retaliation many civilians could get killed or injured. This is what militants want and even the separatists favour these killings. Why then protest rallies against killings when the protest rallies may trigger trouble on a large scale. Is it a new style of the separatists to register their presence? If it is so the separatists could be termed as the worst enemies of people in Kashmir because protests may lead to added killings.
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