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On Burhan anniversary, Mughal Gardens flooded with Kashmiris
Traffic jams on Boulevard shock separatists
7/9/2019 11:47:37 PM
Early Times Report
srinagar, July 9: In a major setback to the separatist politics in Kashmir, the Mughal Gardens were flooded with Kashmiri people and traffic jams were witnessed on the Boulevard that leads to these gardens on July 8, when it was supposed to be hartal in the valley.
Scores of people were seen driving towards the Dal lake on the death anniversary of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani and his two associated who were killed by security forces on this day three years ago.
Despite a strike call by the so called Joint Resistance Leadership, the people were seen busy spending the off day at Mughal Gardens and on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar.
By afternoon there was so much of rush in the area the traffic jams were witnessed at places like Dalgate. Witnesses said scores of vehicles were seen stranded on the road.
Sources said the Traffic Police was not expecting such unusual flow of vehicles on the day of hartal. "By evening the traffic flow was only increasing as people preferred to spend the time on the banks of Dal lake," said a police official on the condition of anonymity.
Sources said the development in Kashmir that people no more listen to Pakitani agents has come as a shock for the Hurriyat Conference and each of them is blaming the other for having given the strike call.
The change in public minds in Kashmir can be attributed to how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been tackling Kashmir.
"Modi government has been brining change in the minds of people through his hard policy on the Hurriyat as people don't listen to separatists anymore," said a senior official.
"Kids of separatists live abroad and Kashmiri people being made to suffer is the bigger reality which now everyone understands," he added.
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