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'Shun hartal politics or get ready to face the music'
Pak stooges put on notice
11/9/2018 10:38:33 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 9: The so-called Joint Resistance Leadership comprising of Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik is feeling the heat as the government has decided to act tough against them.
Sources told Early Times that authorities have got it conveyed to the trio that if they don't shun the "hartal politics" and keep on disrupting the normal life in the Valley they may permanently end up in a jail like other second rung separatists, who are in different jails across the country.
An insider said that Ministry of Home Affairs has passed strict instructions to the J&K government to curb the activities of the separatists and Pakistan stooges active in the Valley. "People who want to propagate sedition and separatism would be dealt with sternly," the insider added.
The pressure being exerted by the Governor's administration on the separatists is making them rethink their strategy. "The so-called JRL is mulling the idea about not to call for frequent strikes and shutdowns in the Valley to save themselves from the possible action which the government is mulling against them," sources said.
They said that by doing so the Pakistan stooges want to extend an "olive branch" to the government so that they are not put behind the bars permanently. "Another reason about separatists rethinking about their strategy could be that the shutdowns called by them don't evoke much response from the people. Traders and businessmen have openly expressed their anger and resentment over hartal politics, which has become a part and parcel of the lives of people in Kashmir," sources added.
An analyst said, "The dirty politics being played by these Pakistan stooges has ruined Kashmir's economy. In every killing they see an opportunity to appease their masters sitting across the Line of Control. Their only aim in life is to keep Pakistan and the people sitting in the neighbouring country happy."
A Kashmir watcher said that separatists should bear in mind that at present New Delhi is directly ruling J&K and the people who patronized them have been sidelined. "Lines have been drawn. And it's clear that J&K is an integral part of India and no power on earth can snatch it. They should stop selling dreams and forget about Azadi," he added.
He said, "Everyone knows who the trouble mongers. They should be isolated and shown their real place. J&K government cannot afford to give them space. Their space has to be choked to restore normalcy in the Valley."
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