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Pak stooges maintain silence over cold blooded murder of innocents
Terrorists kill 50 civilians in 2019
12/8/2019 11:57:03 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Dec 8: As many as 50 civilians including 11 non-locals have been killed this year, most of the civilian killings have been carried out by the Pakistan sponsored terrorists.
According to the media reports, 15 civilians including 11 non-local labourers, truckers and traders were shot dead by the terrorists in South Kashmir in October month. Highest in 30 days this year.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The so-called champions of human rights did not utter a word to condemn these killings. The silence adopted by them has proved it beyond doubt that they have no courage to condemn the killings carried out by the Pakistan sponsored terrorists."
He said, "Pakistan stooges active in the Valley were waiting for the civilian casualities to take place after centre reorganized Jammu & Kashmir but it did not happen as the security forces exercised utmost restrained and did not react despite grave provocations. The civilians who lost their lives post August 5 were killed by the terrorists to enforce their writ."
An observer said, "Since the day insurgency broke out in Kashmir in 1990, Pakistan activated its stooges like Hurriyat Hawk Geelani and others to keep the pot boiling in the Valley. Handlers of separatists sitting across the Line of Control pumped money into Kashmir to keep the conflict alive. Separatists who were groomed by the people sitting across the Line of Control during the past three decades had only one job that was to instigate the people and spread hate against the country. The change of guard at centre in 2014 led to Government of India changing its Kashmir policy drastically and after the day BJP pulled out from the PDP led government in Jammu & Kashmir, the GoI's policy has been clear that no one will be allowed to preach hate, sedition and separatism."
He said, "Ones who used to run their shops by counting dead bodies of Kashmiris stand cornered today due to GoI's changed Kashmir policy. During these 30 years so-called messiahs of Kashmiris never ever condemned the human rights violations carried out by the Pak-sponsored terrorists. On the other hand they never missed a chance to run a vilification campaign against the security forces and the government of the day."
Another analyst said, "As on date these elements stand exposed as the National Investigating Agency and Enforcement Directorate have broken their backs by choking their funding network. The henchmen of separatists are either in jail or have deserted their bosses due to financial instability. It won't be an exaggeration to say that the separatists are running a corporate company in the name of so-called Kashmir movement. They remaining silent on all the issues is an indication that commission agents have almost winded up their shops in Kashmir."
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