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People slam separatists
5/12/2019 11:48:32 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, May 12: Exposing their double standards, the separatists have maintained silence over the rape of a 3-year-old girl of Sumbal Bandipora because she belonged to a particular sect. Such acts clearly reflect division among Muslims.
The three year old girl was raped three days before in Trigam Sumbal area by a 25-years-old.
A complaint was filed against the accused by the family of the victim. The police have arrested the accused and were investigating him. The Jammu and Kashmir police formed a Special Investigation Team (STI) to investigate the incident.
What is shocking that that separatists have not issued a single statement to condemn the incident exposing their double standards. The separatists had not issued any statement when this report was filed on Sunday evening.
While in Kuthua rape and murder case, the separatists tried to gain all political mileage and even called for shutdown for days.
In this 3-year-old girl, they are completely silent because this girl belongs to a particular sect.
Mohammad Akbar Joo, who led the protest at Trigam Sumbal on Sunday slammed the separatists for maintaining silence.
"This is shameful incident. But they way media and separatists raised voice against Kuthua incident they are completely silent in this case. Had this girl been Syed Ali Geelani's daughter they would have called for shutdown. Even Mirwaiz Umar Farooq is also silent," Joo said.
Another protestor said separatists did not even condemn the incident and showed their sheer duplicity. "Had this girl been from other community and accused non-Muslim, there would have been a complete reaction," the protestor said.
The separatists had launched an agitation against Kuthua rape and murder case because the accused there was non-Muslim.
"Kathua incident has ashamed the entire humanity; it seems that human blood has no value. Had the Jammu and Kathua administration not taken the issue casually during initial phase, she would have been alive," Geelani had said but maintained silence in Sumbal rape case.
Meanwhile, massive protests erupted in various parts of Kashmir on Sunday. The people from various localities of Sumbal including Shilvat, Dangerpora, Nowgam, Inderkoot, Gadkhod, Shahtulpora, and Shadipora, Barazulla, Pattan, Budgam took out protest marches, demanding an exemplary punishment to the accused.
The protestors blocked Bandipora- Srinagar road near Sumbal bridge, thereby disrupting traffic movement for some time. The protestors later marched towards main market Sumbal.
Last month, a girl from Aragam village in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir committed suicide on April 13 - after being allegedly raped by her father. The separatists also maintained silence in that case.
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