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Modi's Naya Kashmir dares Pakistan!
Abrogation of special status hits separatist sentiment
12/4/2020 11:33:13 PM
sanjay pandita
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, Dec 4: With the abrogation of the special status, the people of Kashmir have finally started to dare Pakistan with huge hoardings bashing the enemy country -frequently gracing the main roads in the summer capital of Srinagar.
In the last two months, it has been at least twice that Pakistan had to face humiliation on the streets of Srinagar, with the people having given a vent to their feelings through hoardings.
Official sources said the people of Kashmir install such hoardings in the night hours and that Kashmir wakes up to read content of such billboards.
The hoardings made on vinyl plastic sheets are pasted at the designated busy spots of Srinagar.
The first such development in the last seventy years had taken place on October 22 when the Srinagar city was decorated with anti-Pakistan hoardings condemning the tribal raid of 1947.
On the fateful day scores of youth had also taken to streets to hold protests demonstrations against Pakistan.
One such major rally against the Pakistani aggression was led by prominent youth leader Mir Junaid who has floated his own J&K Workers Party.
Junaid has been taking to streets as the new bold voice exposing the sinister designs of Pakistan.
In another development, the hoardings bashing Pakistan surfaced in Srinagar to observe the anniversary of the 26/11 terror strike on the port City of Mumbai on November 26.
Observers said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's trump card of abrogating the special status has brilliantly worked on Kashmir.
"Never had it happened in Kashmir before the abrogation of the special status that anti-Pakistan sentiment would be visible so brazenly," said a political analyst.
Officials said what is even interesting about the anti-Pakistan hoardings in Kashmir is that youth have been doing it of their own.
"Kashmir youth have been pooling their own resources to raise such hoardings and they do it with proper permission," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
It is pertinent to mention that the incidents of anti-government protests and stone pelting have already come down across Kashmir after the abrogation of the special status.
The public participation in the ongoing District Development Council elections has been equally significant.
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