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Separatists' silence on Shopian executions reveals their true face
11/19/2018 10:44:45 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 19: The treacherous faces, feckless sycophancy and dubious approach of the separatists and their sympathisers in Kashmir is coming to fore with the bestial killing of youth in the Valley.
As the barbaric videos of executions are making rounds on social media, making the hearts melt of even the sadists, the separatists in Kashmir have maintained a stoic silence.
Of the eight youths abducted since November 15, two - Nadeem Manzoor (17) and Huzaif Ashraf (19) - were killed. Nadeem's bullet-riddled body was found hours after he was abducted.
Operational chief of the Hizbul Mujahideen Riyaz Naikoo took responsibility for the killing. He accused Nadeem of informing the Army about the presence of two militants in Safanagri village. A purported video of Nadeem confessing that he was an informer surfaced on the social media later.
This is perhaps a new trend in the already strife torn Kashmir valley wherein on-camera, teenagers are being murdered the way butchers slaughter sheep.
However, as entire state was in deep shock over such heinous methods being employed by the militants to terrify people at large, the silence adopted by he separatists and their supporters is questionable.
It is those people who hide behind the flag of human rights violations in Kashmir and call the international rights bodies to come to their support. Now when worst ever barbarism is making rounds on Internet, why these champions of human rights haven't come out and condemned it remains a mystery.
Meanwhile, such a stoic silence has spoken one thing very clearly and that is how dubious is their approach and how pathetic are they as they the human beings. "Now it has become clear that these separatists are hypocrites who are enjoying the murder of innocent beings in Kashmir. They condemn some particular incidents as it suits their agenda and remains silent on other heinous crimes because same is perpetuated by their own men. This is clearly reflecting the tumultuousness in which we are living. It is a high time that we expose these beasts who are masquerading as human beings in Kashmir and drag them to peoples' court," says a netizen while commenting on the spread of barbaric videos showing teenagers being mercilessly killed.
As the condemnations against such actions continue to pour-in from all sections, the duplicity of the separatists is badly getting exposed. Even those who claim to be the civil society activists in Kashmir are silent over these killings and same is again revealing that how these people are unaffected by such gruesomeness against unarmed civilians in the state.
"It is high time that the people of the state come together and expose these people before the world. They have no right to enjoy civil liberties and stake claims of being the champions of the human rights. My simple question is whether those killed in such a barbaric fashion weren't human and if they were, why the separatists haven't spoken against their killings and by their silence do they approve such actions?" asks a Kashmir University student.
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