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Pak enforcing shutdown in Kashmir, trying to push terrorists
GoI needs to take final call, liberate PoK to end uncertainty in J&K
9/5/2019 11:16:06 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 5: General Officer Commanding of Srinagar based Chinar Corps, Lt General KGS Dillon has sounded an alarm by stating that launching pads along the line of control (LoC) from Kashmir to Pathankot are full with terrorists and they are waiting for chance to sneak into this side.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, 'Security forces cannot lower the guard and will have to remain prepared to foil the infiltration attempts. Pakistan army is making every possible attempt to push the terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir."
He said that two terrorist who were arrested by the Army in Gulmarg have admitted that they assisted by the Pakistan army to cross over into this side. "Pakistan Army knows it very well that it cannot the conventional war with Indian army and the only way to engage is through the terrorist sponsored by them", the analyst added.
A Kashmir watcher said, "Nefarious design of Pakistan Army and its government led Imran Khan are crystal clear. They want Kashmir to burn and remain disturb."
He said, "More than ninety percent Kashmiris is restriction free and the administration is making all the possible attempts to maintain normalcy, but the terrorist sponsored by the Pakistan have threatened that shopkeepers and transporters of dire consequences. If they open their shops and resume the transport services in the valley. Pakistan is directly enforcing shutdown in the Kashmir."
He said, "Kashmir has opened all the fronts against India and Kashmiris. On one hand its preparing push in more and more terrorist into the valley and on the other hand it intimidating people not resume their chores."
An observer said, "Pakistan is making all the possible attempts to turn Kashmir into Syria so that normalcy in Kashmir remains a dream."
A defence analyst said, "It's clear that won't mend its way and will keep proxy war in Kashmir. The Government needs to take final call and ask its troops to cross the Loc so that terror infrastructure is dismantled and the terrorist who are sparing spare in the valley are taken care of."
He said, "People in Kashmir are waiting eagerly for the normalcy to return but they are helpless as they fearing getting shot dead are keeping them locked within their homes. The Time has come to end this fear and settled Kashmir once for all by liberating PoK, which is become a haven for the terrorist and their handlers."
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