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Pak stooges, their bosses worried as exit polls predict PM Modi's return
'Want weak, apologetic government to replace present dispensation'
5/22/2019 10:41:32 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 22: Predictions about Prime Minister Narendra Modi getting another term have demoralized the separatist camp and the Pak stooges active in Kashmir.
An analyst said that tough stand taken by the Prime Minister Modi against the separatists, terrorists and their supporters in Kashmir has led to decline in the violence across the Valley. "Anti-national elements used to disrupt the anti-insurgency operations frequently, especially in south Kashmir. Stone-pelting incidents, street protests and strikes had become a routine but now the situation has changed and things are looking up. The instigators, who were mainly from Jamaat-e-Islami and JKLF, are cooling their heels in the prison. On the other hand security forces have sent the terrorists packing into their rat holes. The full-fledged crackdown on the anti-national elements in Kashmir has turned the tables on the people preaching sedition and separatism in the Valley," he added.
A Kashmir watcher said that PM Modi giving a freehand to the security forces and the investigating agencies like National Investigating Agency and Enforcement Directorate has exposed the separatists and the Pak stooges. "Today every Kashmiri is aware about the fact that so-called azadi seekers were fomenting trouble in the Valley just to fill their coffers and live a luxurious life," he added.
He said, "Besides separatists, their bosses sitting across the Line of Control in Pakistan too seem worried as Narendra Modi returning to power would mean that threat about another Balakot like airstrike would always prevail."
Another analyst said that the Pakistan media has been reporting that their government has closed down offices of all the terror outfits affiliated with the United Jihad Council in Pakistan occupied Kashmir and other major cities of the country. The step, according to the Pakistan media, has been taken to send a message across that Pakistan is not interested in war and it cannot sacrifice the entire country for the sake of few extremist elements. "Balakot airstrikes have rattled the rulers in the neighbouring country," the analyst added.
"Prime Minister Narendra Modi has succeeded in building up huge pressure on Pakistan and the terror groups active there. He has dispelled the notion that India is weak. He has put Pakistani leaders in quandary and has driven home a point that if they don't stop supporting terrorism their country would disappear from the world map," the analyst added.
He said that Pak stooges in Kashmir and their bosses sitting across the LoC are hoping that the exit poll predictions go wrong and a government which is soft towards and terrorists and their supporters replaces the BJP led NDA government in New Delhi. "But the exit poll results have dashed their hopes and they know that time has come for them to wind up their shops and fall in the line," the analyst said.
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