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Fed up with terror Kashmiris want restoration of peace, normalcy
5/23/2019 11:20:46 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 23: Fed up with three decade long terrorism and violence, the common Kashmiri craves for return of peace and normalcy in strife-torn Valley.
The common Kashmiris are praying for return of peace and normalcy in the Valley.
The three decade long terrorism and violence has brought lot of destruction and devastation in Valley besides consuming thousands of lives, say common Kashmiris who are fed up with terrorism.
"We are now fed up with gun culture, daily strikes, killings, cardons and encounters and we want restoration of peace and normalcy, said Mohammed Ramzan of Budgam.
"What have we achieved in three decades of blood shed except destruction and devastation and dance of death" he added.
He said this should end now as people are fed up with it. " Our economy has suffered and development has been halted. Besides we have lost thousands of precious lives. So this all should end as we will achieve nothing except destruction through terrorism and violence", he added.
His views we're reciprocated by Ayub Khan a resident of border area of Uri in North Kashmir's Baramulla district.
He said the youth who have picked up guns should leave them and shun the violence. "The gun wilding terrorist must know that they have nothing achieved in last three decades nor they will gain any thing in future except death and devastation,. They should not fall in trap of the vested elements for whom terrorism has become a milking cow and industry" he added.
These so called Separatist leaders have amassed huge wealth and made manisions in different parts of the State and country, he said, adding the youth should see through their game plan and shun the path of violence in the larger interests of masses.
Atub said the people supporting them are inwardly against the terrorism and gun culture but they can't raise their voice fearing attack from terrorists".
Ayub Kishtwari a youth from Pulwama district which is presently hub of terrorism said the sooner the people realize the ill effects of terror the better, otherwise the Kashmir will be destroyed totally.
It is not known what for we are doing this all. Are we not enjoying freedom. India is a democratic nation which is known as one of the best democraies of the world so what problem Kashmiri Muslims have in being a part of world's great democracy.
He said it is high time that people should take a principled stand against terror.
He said terrorism is on vanish and those remaining who have taken refuge in apple orchards and forests soon after the onset of Summer will be liquidated by police and security forces soon if they don't surrender.
He showed confidence that terror in the Valley will end soon and normalcy will be restored as there is a groupism among Separatist organisations also and majority of them favour peace and restoration of normalcy in the State.
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