Thursday, 14 July 2016

The mask is off :Nawaz Shareef and Hafiz Syed sing the same tune

The way violence in Kashmir valley is going on over the death of Hijbul Mujahideen Commander Burhan Wani, it appears that our neighbour Pakistan is trying to create an atmosphere of instability and discontent. Seldom had it happened that the Pak Prime Minister Nawaz Shareef and Lashkar-e-Taiba Chief, mastermind of the Mumbai attacks Hafiz Syed speak the same words on any issue. The mask of decency is off from the face of Mian Nawaz Shareef, professing friendship with India and claiming to rooting out terrorism. Both Nawaz Shareef and Hafiz Syed have defiantly mourned the death of Burhan Wani, the face of terrorism in Kashmir. Not only this, the Pak Ministry of External Affairs summoned Indian High Commissioner to express concern over the death of Wani. Spokesperson of MEA Vikas Swaroop said that Pak approach proves the adhesion of Pakistan with terrorism. Sympathy with the terrorist elements makes it clear that sheltering the terrorism is a part of Pakistan's State policy. In fact, Nawaz Shareef who returned to Pakistan after undergoing an open heart surgery recently in London was so much hurt over the death of 10 lakh prized terrorist Wani that he bestowed baseless allegations on India. Pak PMO released a statement quoting Nawaz Shareef that the people of Jammu & Kashmir can't be deprived of the right of referendum by the suppressive measures. We want to ask Nawaz Shareef that is he prepared to get referendum done also in the area forcibly occupied as their territory, which he calls Independent Kashmir? If it's the referendum of the United Nations he is talking about, then it had the referendum for the entire Kashmir? Meanwhile Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Lashkar-e-Taiba Chief Hafiz Syed welcoming the Pak PM's statement said that now Shareef government should raise this issue on international forums. Syed also organised a rally in support of Wani on Sunday. He was also accompanied by Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Salauddin. Meantime, Opening a front against the local police may prove costly for Burhan Wani and his separatist friends.Before his death  Burhan through a video message last month asked his followers to attach local policemen. For the first time terrorists have targeted the police since the round of terrorism has started. Security experts keeping vigil on the situation of Kashmir consider it most crucial. They believe that staying in the valley will not be an easy task for the terrorists after targeting the local police. This happened in Punjab also. So far the terrorists used to target only the paramilitary forces only.
Anil Narendra

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