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Were killed cops not Kashmiris, ask mourners
6/13/2018 11:51:51 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 13: Thousands of people attending the funeral prayers of the two policemen who were killed by terrorists in south Kashmir's Pulwama district on Tuesday should serve as an eye opener for the Pakistan stooges who day in and out keep on projecting terrorists as "heroes."
Heavily armed militants, believed to be three in number attacked the three policemen guarding the Court Complex at Takiya Wagam on the edge of the Pulwama town in the wee hours of Tuesday and killed two cops Ghulam Rasool and Ghulam Mohammad, residents of Gagal Lolab - Kupwara and Wohlitra, Rafiabad - Baramullah respectively. Attackers fled into darkness from the spot along with two service rifles of the deceased policemen.
When bodies of both the killed policemen reached their native villages thousands of people came out on the streets to mourn their killings. The mourners had only one question, "were they (deceased cops) not Kashmiris?"
An analyst said, "Thousands of people joining the last rites of both the slain policemen is a clear message to Pakistani stooges that they should stop selling dead bodies for filling their coffers."
He said, "Whenever a Kashmiri policeman or a political worker is killed Pakistani stooges and so-called champions of human rights maintain silence and don't even utter a word. They know that they cannot condemn these killings as their bosses would get annoyed. In fact they have no guts to condemn these barbaric acts."
He said, "It looks like that maximum people in Kashmir are fed up of violence but they are unable to express themselves due to the fear of gun and threat to their lives. The way people protested against the killings of two policemen is an indication that resentment is brewing against the Pakistan sponsored terrorists and their bosses sitting across the Line of Control. It's high time for people to come out and denounce the terrorism which has been imposed on them."
A Kashmir watcher said, "People have already rejected the hartal politics. Now the time has come for them to oppose the terrorists and their masters who have turned Kashmir into a killing field. Despite Centre announcing ceasefire in the Valley terrorists are leaving no chance to aggravate the violence by hurling grenades and attacking the security forces. They stand exposed as they have proved it by their acts that they are the biggest enemies of peace and they just want bloodshed to continue."
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