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'Destroy terror camps in PoK for Kashmir to become normal'
11/17/2019 10:45:47 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 17: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has finally broken its silence over the situation in Kashmir and its claim that life is returning to normal in the Valley, which plunged into uncertainity on August 5 when centre reorganized the erstwhile state of J&K and bifurcated it into two Union Territories.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said," Soon after the J&K was reorganized people sitting in Pakistan were expecting that people in Kashmir would hit the streets and it would lead to bloodshed. But it did not happen. Kashmir remained calm and it made the people sitting across the Line of Control restless. Their Prime Minister Imran Khan led the anti-India propaganda and left no opportunity to seek the intervention of the international community but he was left red-faced as none of the countries intervened."
He said that Pakistan left no stone unturned to push in the armed terrorists into Jammu & Kashmir post August 5 but the alert security forces foiled the nefarious designs of Pakistan. "To keep the pot boiling Pakistan sponsored terrorists killed shopkeepers, non-local truckers and labourers. They also hurled grenades at the crowded places to stop people from performing their daily chores," the analyst added.
He said," There is no doubt about the fact that MHA has been working hard to restore normalcy in the Valley but the obstacles being created by Pakistan prevented Kashmir from getting back to normal."
An observer said," Many people in the country believe that normalcy won't return to Kashmir till Pakistan is taken care of. The root cause of trouble in Kashmir are the terror camps which are operating in the Pakistan occupied Kashmir. These terror camps need to be destroyed. Our leaders will have to fight a decisive war against terror and the terror bosses, whose only agenda is to bleed India."
According to the media reports, people in Kashmir are now openly defying the diktats of the terrorists as the major markets have opened up and public transport has returned on the streets.
"Pakistan sponsored terrorists held people of Kashmir hostage for more than 100 days and made every attempt to hit their economy. Businessmen, transporters and the students have been the worst sufferers as they have been in the turmoil for the past nearly four months. People by defying the diktats of terrorists have send a clear message that they cannot be intimidated anymore and Pakistan should leave them alone. But the big question is will Pakistan mend its ways?" the observer added.
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