1. Kashmiri separatists can no longer hail Pakistan and enjoy ‘five-star’ treatment from India; Here’s how

Kashmiri separatists can no longer hail Pakistan and enjoy ‘five-star’ treatment from India; Here’s how

The Centre is preparing a plan to send a tough message to the separatists who appear to be more sympathetic towards Pakistan and display a chronic apathy towards India and its Constitution.

By: | New Delhi | Published: September 7, 2016 11:10 AM
kashmir issue, rajnath singh, Kashmir unrest, kashmiri separatists, narendra modi, jammu and kashmir, mehbooba mufti Kashmiri separatists Syed Ali Shah Geelani. At his residence, the gate was not even opened for the MPs of ALL Party Delegation, while people shouted slogans outside. Geelani saw them from the window but refused to meet the parliamentarians. (Reuters)

Kashmiri separatists are not going to have easy days ahead. According to reports, the Centre is preparing a plan to send a tough message to the separatists who appear to be more sympathetic towards Pakistan and display a chronic apathy towards India and its Constitution.

Amidst ongoing unrest in the Valley, the separatists have refused to pay heed to the government’s efforts to involve them in talks, the recent being their refusal to meet the ALL Party Delegation led by Rajnath Singh. PM Narendra Modi government at the Centre has apparently not taken the snub lightly.

Quoting official sources, The Indian Express reports that the Union government may consider reducing the security cover provided to separatists, put an end to facilitating their travel outside India or their accommodation in state guest houses or bearing their medical expense. Besides, the government may even consider withdrawal of their passports and scrutiny of their bank accounts and completion of their pending enquiry.

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A decision in this regard would be taken by the Union Home Minister after consultations with other senior leaders.

J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti has also hit out at the separatists, saying they were pushing “children of the poor into protests” while their own children study in places like Malaysia, Dubai, Bangalore and Rajasthan.

“If a single child of these people has been injured in the protests, I am ready to quit politics,” she said at a function in the city,” IE quoted Mufti as saying.

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    indian
    Sep 7, 2016 at 6:39 am
    Had it been China or Saudi Arabia, such traitors would hv been blown of tanks or beheaded . India should show no mercy. Anyone saying stan zindabad on this soil which is recorded should be killed at sight . We dont need Mir Zafars and other such traitors in this land. Entire POK is Indian territory and India will not back down come what may at whatever cost even if this means killing crores of traitors
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