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Back of terrorism can't be broken till Pak stooges are taken care of
2/6/2019 12:04:52 AM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 5: Pakistan stooges from Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani to even a small pawn active in Kashmir Valley have been thanking Pakistan for observing so-called "Kashmir solidarity day" every year on February 5.
They have been issuing statements thanking Pakistan for supporting the so-called "Kashmir cause." "These Pakistani agents are misusing the space which has been provided by the Indian democracy. Had they been staying in some other country except India by now they would have been booked and placed behind the bars on the charges of thanking a country which has been at war with their country," said an analyst.
A Kashmir watcher said that Pak stooges active in the Valley no opportunity to thank Pakistan and praise the people there who have been bleeding Kashmir and India for so many years. "This is just a tactic to remain in the good books of their bosses who in turn fulfill their requirements by filling their coffers through Hawala transactions and others means," he added.
The Kashmir watcher said, "These people, who are propagating the cause of Pakistan in Kashmir are doing it out of love for Kashmiris. They are keeping their bosses happy to ensure that money keeps on flowing from the other side. These people have turned preaching separatism and sedition into an industry through which they make money by selling the dead bodies of the people."
A politician said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Jammu and Kashmir said that his government will break the back of terrorism in the Valley and no one would be allowed to preach sedition. "He (PM Modi) should take a note of how these separatists are instigating the people by praising Pakistan for supporting the armed militants. If really wants to break the back of terrorism in the Valley he should direct the state government to take stern action against these Pakistani agents."
It may be recalled that recently Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik had termed so-called "Azadi" as a myth and had asked the people who want "Azadi" to go to Pakistan and settle there.
Another analyst said that "Till these Pak stooges are not taught a lesson people will continue to die and Pakistan will continue to send terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir. Only few months are left for the tenure of the BJP led NDA government to end. It needs to act against these anti-national elements if they really care for the national interests and the country."
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