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So-called mainstream leaders pushing Kashmir towards edge, adding fuel to fire
8/20/2019 11:01:38 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Aug 20: The vested interests in Kashmir seem to be hell-bent upon pushing the valley towards the edge, a female leader of a political party has stride a hornets' nest by levelling baseless allegation against the Indian Army, her remarks triggered outrage across the country as nationalist people took strong exception to her remarks. But her allegations have provided a handle to Pakistan and other anti national element to indulge in false propaganda.
An Analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It seems that some people with dubious track record want uncertainty to prevail in Kashmir. The unfortunate part is that these so called leaders claim that they are part of the mainstream camp in the valley."
He said, "One such Kashmiri leader, former MLA Er Rashid was recently arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for his alleged involvement in terror funding case. The probe conducted by the NIA of terror funding case has broken the back of separatists and terrorists in Kashmir."
The Analyst said, "But there are many elements like Er Rashid in Kashmir who pretends that they are part of the mainstream camp, but act as the stooges of Pakistan in the valley."
Kashmir Watcher said, "Centre reorganising Jammu and Kashmir has cut Kashmiri Politicians to the size. These politicians ruled J&K for past 70 years. They acted like monarch and left no opportunity to blackmail the Centre. They had created a notion that they are only people who can manage the J&K for New Delhi."
"The top leaders of different Political Parties are under detention but their assistants are still out and they are trying to vitiate the atmosphere. These people beings sidelines by the Centre as left them bump founded they know that they would not be able to rule Jammu and Kashmir again as the J&K has been turned a union territory (UT) and Lt. Governor will be the head of the UT. It seems that Kashmiri Politicians are finding it hard to digest that they have been sidelined, and now they trying to take advantage of prevailing situation, by adding fuel to the fire", the Kashmir Watcher added.
Another analyst said, "Since the day restrictions have been imposed in the valley, a few elements have become restless and want turmoil to prevail, as they know that their masters have been rendered jobless."
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