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Army Chief’s words threat to Kashmiris: MLA Langate
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SRINAGAR, Feb 16: AIP Supremo and MLA Langate, Rasheed while reacting to statement made by Army Chief Gen. Rawat that those moving towards encounter sites and raising pro militants slogans would be treated as anti nationals, has called it a confession that state has lost the control in Kashmir.

While interacting people in Kupwara today, Rasheed said “While New Delhi doesn’t get tired claiming Kashmiris as its own people, the threat given by Gen Rawat has exposed the claim.

“General’s threat is a confession that militants have mass support and calling them terrorists is not the solution. Gen Rawat’s warning can be his professional compulsion but New Delhi must see and analyses it beyond that. While militancy is completing its thirty years, New Delhi has miserably failed to consolidate its constituency in J&K”, he said.

He added that if general masses do not care of the consequences and put their lives at stake to save the armed militants, New Delhi must revisit its Kashmir policy and must understand that while General’s words are threat to Kashmiris but not less than an advice for New Delhi, conveying it that J&K is a political problem which has not military solution.


News Updated at : Friday, February 17, 2017
 
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