Kashmir Separatists have to Face Threat from Pakistan, Not from India

Union Minister Jitendra Singh stated in his statement that Kashmir separatists face threats from Pakistan itself, not from India. He said this on the matter of justifying the securities extend to deferent separatist leaders in Kashmir valley. He also said that Pakistan might attack them and blame it in India for the same.

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He mentioned that the ratio of civilian’s injury in Kashmir valley is quite more or less as compared the injury of forces and policemen. It shows a complete unrest situation in Kashmir valley. There is an engagement is much needed among the Kashmir youth as soon as possible to keep all the matter in control.

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In a function organized by Sanjeevni Sharda Kendra in Jammu, Mr. Singh said, “We keep blaming Mehbooba (Mufti), but miss the sight of those forces engaged in it. Pakistan and separatists are the threat.”He also added, “Pakistan is not only a threat to us but to separatists as well. Separatists have no threat from us (India) but from Pakistan.”

The union Minister has also said the Pakistan is also a threat to itself. He has given the examples of Peshawar and Balochistan incidents.