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Pak out to cripple Kashmiris, masses seeing real face of terror
Handful of terrorists takes 70 lakh people hostage
11/21/2019 10:49:05 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 21: After facing multiple defeats at all the fronts, Pakistan seems to have decided to crush the common people of Kashmir to implement its nefarious designs. According to the media reports, the Pak-sponsored terrorists have been directed by their handlers sitting across the Line of Control to ensure that common people don't resume their daily chores in the Valley. There are reports that miscreants are using different tactics to intimidate the common people and are trying to dictate terms. "These terrorists want Kashmir to remain closed forever so that their masters can claim that Kashmir is at the brink," an analyst told Early Times. He said that people of Kashmir are seeing the real face of terror as the Pakistan and the terrorists sponsored by it have made their lives hell by taking them hostage in the harsh winter season. "During the past four months terrorists have broken the back of Kashmiris by crippling their economy, education and other activities. Ones who could afford have fled the Valley but the people who have no other option are putting up a brave face and are living in difficult circumstances," the analyst added. He said that the so-called friends of Kashmiri people are not leaving any stone unturned to turn Kashmir into another Syria and Afghanistan. "They are least bothered about the plight of common people as their only agenda seems to ensure that chaos and uncertainty keep on prevailing in Kashmir. After August 5 it has become clear that Pakistan and its proxies don't want Kashmir to develop and prosper. If the situation doesn't change in Kashmir it would mean that people of Kashmir will have nothing to do. It is unfortunate that handful of gun wielding terrorists have taken more than 70 lakh people in the Valley as hostage and are threatening them," the analyst said. An observer said that the people of Kashmir are looking towards the government and are hoping that the law enforcing agencies will step in and identify the miscreants who are not allowing them to come out of their homes and resume their work. These miscreants are no invisible forces. They need to be identified and taken care of. If they are not stopped they will not allow people of Kashmir to resume their daily chores even in March and will try to prolong the prevailing uncertainty." He said," What people of Kashmir are facing at present should serve as an eye opener for the supporters of separatists and stone pelters."
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