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Students, professionals fed up by separatists' disruptive politics
Writing is on the wall!
11/2/2016 11:04:48 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 2: The assumed writ of the separatists is finally being defied not only by the people who were once carrying forward their agenda but also small children who were made victims of this senseless violence.
Doctors Association which once was strongly siding with the separatists and there were quite a large number of doctors who held strong protests against the government even carrying placards at the peak of the unrest are now seeking doctors' interview in Srinagar only.
In many areas of the valley which are still witnessing violence the small children have started attending the schools. The girls who were once used as shield by the sepratists are now demanding scooty and also regular classes.
Doctors Association Kashmir which has been consistently issuing press statements about the situation in the Kashmir and also taking on the government for the use of pellet guns has now said they are against the shifting of the venue of the interviews of the doctors from Srinagar to Jammu.
"The reality has started to sink in that taking diktats from separatists is futile. These are the same set of the people who were just few days back against government. It is sign that how much people are fed up with the consistently bandh call and finally realizing how much they have been brainwashed," said a senior official.
The statement of doctors comes at a time when schools have slowly started opening up in the valley and people are turning against holding education to ransom by separatists.
"The tables have finally turned around. Under immense public pressure the separatists themselves are talking about saving the schools and this is just a way to finding a saving grace and for an exist from the prevailing situation. In just few days the tables will be turned fully and also finally. So it's just a beginning," said the official.
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