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Kashmir is free

Friday, July 06, 2018

WHEN she was ruling Kashmir, ex-chief minister Mehbooba Mufti was insulting the army. Several restrictions were placed on the army. Those are not there now. Kashmir has started limping back to normalcy. Liberal leaders are voicing democratic views. Terrorists and Pakistani supporters whose number is few are being eliminated. Pakistani stooges are being eliminated. Mischievous sections of people which are few are being eliminated. The army is eliminating violence employing strict measures. The army is feeling more free. It is allowed to act against traitors and terrorists in a way they feel best.

Nobody is spared. India has let its tough intentions be known to the bad elements. The separatists have started lying low but it is a deceptive silence. There is more strict action against them than before.

Despite, however, there being an improved situation, all over Kashmir, a tough rule is being imposed. Democracy is only for those who maintain peace, law and order. It looks like India has learned a lesson and has decided not to make a mistake again. If necessary, the agreement between Kashmir and India will be done away with. There is no problem about Kashmir wanting to feel free but it should not be to the extent of Kashmir being free to kick India out.

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