Kashmir: Separatism stopped and message of peace from mosques, flags of Pakistani-terror organizations stopped waving


Brijesh Kumar Singh, Anantnag Published by: Prashant Kumar Updated Thu, 10 Jun 2021 10:10 AM IS

The names of terrorist leaders are no longer visible on the walls in the Kashmir Valley. The courage to wave the flags of Pakistan and terrorist organizations is nowhere to be seen. Kashmir bandh (strike) announced by pro-Pakistan separatists is now a thing of the past. Two years after the abrogation of Article 370, this change can be well felt in the heat of Kashmir.

Most of the terrorist gangsters who are trying to divert Kashmiri youth from the mainstream have been killed in these two years. If the separatist tone has stopped, then the message of peace is being given from the mosques. On the other hand, terrorists are neither able to recruit new recruits nor are they getting consignments of weapons. In such a situation, terrorist acts have been limited to sporadic attacks.

There was a time in Pulwama, Anantnag, Shopian and Kulgam of South Kashmir, which is called the bastion of terrorism, when there was tremendous glamor of terrorist leaders. The names of these kings were written on the walls, but now these dark inscriptions have been erased from the walls at almost all places.



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