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Mehbooba, Omar can't mend their ways?
Leave no opportunity to appease Pak, seem least bothered about their own country's honour, dignity
5/12/2019 11:49:28 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 12: Kashmir centric politicians are once again toeing the line of people sitting in Pakistan and have started castigating Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, for his "cloud cover" remark about Balakot airstrikes carried out by the Indian Air Force jets in February this year.
It's in place to mention here that the PM Modi recently while talking to a national news channel had said that "IAF jets carried out the air strikes in Balakot despite thick cloud cover being at place."
The PM Modi's remarks pinched the people sitting in Pakistan. They started ridiculing him for saying, "Pakistan radars missed Indian jets due to thick cloud cover."
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The people, who have made an issue of PM Modi's statement, seem to have forgotten that in fact Pakistan's radar system failed to detect the IAF jets, and it's a truth which no one can deny."
He said that people sitting in Pakistan have made an issue of PM Modi's statement as the very thought of Balakot airstrikes hurts them and they recollect the embarrassment which their country faced after the IAF jets bombed the terror seminaries deep inside their territory. "But one fails to understand why Mehbooba Muft and Omar Abdullah are parroting what people in Pakistan are saying? Are they their agents?" the analyst asked.
"No secret that Balakot strikes failed to hit the intended target. Was it because PM overruled the advice of IAF & authorised airstrikes in bad weather?" Mehbooba asked in a tweet.
"Cloud cover logic is painfully embarrassing. Remind me again, why is RG (Congress president Rahul Gandhi) derided as Pappu? #cloudonradargone," she wrote in another tweet.
National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah also took a sarcastic dig at PM Modi over the comments. "Pakistani radar doesn't penetrate clouds. This is an important piece of tactical information that will be critical when planning future air strikes," he tweeted.
A Kashmir watcher said, "Both Mehbooba and Omar seem to be in a race to appease the people sitting in Pakistan. They seem least bothered about dignity and honour of their own country and the armed forces. For them what people in Pakistan say are golden words and they cannot resist the temptation of repeating their words. They need to mend their ways and stop acting like Pak stooges."
He said, "PM Modi taking a tough stand against terrorism has created ripples in the terror camps in Pakistan. Supporters of terrorists in Kashmir are looking for rat holes to hide themselves. He (PM Modi) has given a befitting reply to terrorists and their bosses and no one can deny this fact. Mehbooba and Omar should set their houses in order first and then open their mouths."
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