Peace cannot be restored by army and police in Kashmir, says Farooq Abdullah

Farooq Abdullah, Member of Parliament and former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir. File Photo PTI

Farooq Abdullah, Member of Parliament and former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir. File Photo PTI

Stating that harmony can’t be reestablished by the utilization of armed force and police in Kashmir, National Conference President Farooq Abdullah batted unequivocally for welcoming all ideological groups on board to figure out a method for handling what is going on and said individuals need security of their families.

Abdullah requested that the public authority be exceptionally ready during approaching Amarnath yatra and expressed assuming there is one single inappropriate episode during the yatra, there will be countrywide repercussions.

“They (government) should ponder the security perspective. They should follow through with something (to guarantee security of these Hindu representatives). Kindly call heads of various ideological groups to figure out way with respect to how we control this (security) emergency,” Abdullah told columnists here on Tuesday, alluding to the designated killings in the valley.

Previous boss priest said that nothing (turning of harmony) will occur without it. “It (rebuilding of harmony) can’t be reestablished through armed force and police,” he said.

In answer to an inquiry regarding the security challenge to Amarnath yatra, he said, “God deny, on the off chance that there is even one inappropriate episode, repercussion of which won’t just be looked by Jammu and Kashmir yet whole India. They (government) must be extremely ready and wary.” Asked about suspension of Mata Kheer Bhawan yatra in Kashmir, he said that security and wellbeing is prime thing for anybody and his loved ones. “In the event that an individual isn’t protected, how might he run everyday issues. Everybody looks for security first and wellbeing of the family. There is no wellbeing and security today.” Asserting that there can’t be harmony in Jammu and Kashmir till “you win hearts of individuals”, Abdullah expressed killing of an educator gives a distinctive image of safety circumstance and shows the degree of harmony winning in the Union region.

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Rajni Bala (36), who had a place with Samba locale and was posted at an administration school in Gopalpora, Kulgam, was shot dead by fear based oppressors on Tuesday.

“A female educator, who was living there (in Kashmir) was martyred. This shows how much is harmony winning in J&K. This shows how much safe we are,” Abdullah said.

He expressed that they (government) say harmony is winning in Kashmir, in spite of the way that Kashmiri Pandits and Muslims are being killed.

“Are those individuals, who have gone from here to show there in towns, safeguarded? Do they have security? Talks and claims would sit idle, he said, adding “the public authority needs to figure out a method for rescuing us once again from this difficulty”. PTI

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