PK supports security forces engaged in ‘dirty war’
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Expressing serious concern over the proxy war perpetrated by the Islamic republic of Pakistan on the Indian soil in Kashmir, Panun Kashmir appreciated the statements issued by the Chief of the Army Staff, General Bipin Rawat.
“Army Chief, General Bipin Rawat’s statement not only expresses the intent but also the follow up action of the security forces involved in the ‘dirty war’ in Kashmir,” Ashwani Kumar Chrungoo, President, Panun Kashmir, told reporters here on Wednesday.
“The security forces have a big task in Kashmir and the statements of the Army Chief are proven morale boosters not only for the forces but also for the peace-loving society at large,” he said adding that Panun Kashmir extended its absolute support to the valiant security forces engaged in this ‘dirty war’ in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The cocktail of terrorism-Intifada stone pelting-Nizame Mustafa-Azadi is actually a ‘dirty war’ which needs an unconventional method and manner to fight to obtain the required results,” he said.
“It has besides inflicting ethnic cleansing on the indigenous people of Kashmir -the Kashmiri Pandits created a huge challenge to the unity and integrity of the nation,” he said adding that the Azadi facade has ruined the social milieu in Kashmir to the extent that certain sections of the society in Kashmir have brazenly embraced ISIS theory of mayhem and destruction.
“It is gratifying to note that the NIA has started investigating the secessionist and terrorist leaders of Kashmir for their economic and other allied offences, but it seems to be insufficient in the context of the crimes against humanity committed by the terror elements in Kashmir,” Prof. M.L Raina, Chairman, Political Affairs Committee said.
Panun Kashmir reiterated its demand and made an appeal to the Home Minister Rajnath Singh that a full-fledged Special Crimes Tribunal be constituted in the Jammu and Kashmir State to go into the excesses committed against the Kashmiri Pandit community during the last three decades.