An organisation of Kashmiri pandits, Panun Kashmir, today said the Centre should probe if top officials in the previous governments at New Delhi and in the state had any role in allowing the “internal subversion” of Jammu and Kashmir. “The present dispensation at the centre needs to seriously think in terms of moving in concerted directions so that the people responsible for internal subversion in Jammu and Kashmir are duly exposed and booked under the law,” Panun Kashmir President Ashwani Chrungoo said.
“In case a thorough probe is initiated against these important higher-ups of earlier dispensations also, there is all likelihood that many skeletons in the cupboards will come out,” he said.
Chrungoo said recent NIA raids against the Hurriyat and other seperatist leaders have invited attention of many who have been watching their activities for long.
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He said they have been continuing with their nefarious financial bungling and infamous funds connections since the early days of insurgency during 1980s and 1990s when a large number of young Kashmiris crossed the LOC and carried enough money with them which was handed over to them by the handlers in the Valley.
“Later on these handlers managed funds from various quarters, both legal and illegal, right under the nose of the governments in Delhi and Srinagar”, he added.
Chrungoo said questions have been raised as to what senior administrative authorities including the politicians in charge of the governments in Delhi and Srinagar were doing all these years.
“Revelations were made earlier as well by many in the civil society and also from the intelligence sources. Should not the Secretary, Finance and the Economic Affairs of the previous regimes be booked for dereliction of their duties and asked as to what stopped them from taking actions against these offenders”, he added.