Srinagar, Aug 13: In Jammu and Kashmir, various anti-Indian elements are very cleverly, giving a desired-end to their unfair motives. In last one month, there have been two incidents of violence in the communally-sensitive state- first the Ramban firing incident and now the Kishtwar clashes.
In both the cases, the patriotic people of the state, who proudly raise slogans of 'Bharat Mata' while holding the Tricolur flag in their hands, have been defeated.
The first such incident happened when in Ramban, the separatist groups achieved success by defaming the Border Security Force(BSF).
The second such incident happened on the festival of Eid, when
clashes broke-out between the two communities while paralysing the
state with indefinite curfew in various districts.
In both cases, the people loyal to Pakistan have targeted those, because of whom Jammu & Kashmir is connected with India. Here, the 'targeted' people implies to the India's security forces and the state's patriotic citizens.
All are aware of the fact that both these groups are not liked by the Pakistan-harbored terrorists as well as other separatist groups. That's why, on both sides of the border, the continuous efforts to let down the morale of the state's people are always on, in different ways.
Often, the conspiracies are planned in such a way that the common people don't get to know any clue about them.
The Gool firing incident near Ramban happened after a religious leader was detained by the BSF personnel on 17 July for offering prayers late at night.
Soon after, a group of protesters gathered at a nearby construction site and surrounded the deployed BSF personnel and reportedly pelted stones at them. A rumuor, that triggered the violence was reported that a copy of the Quran was also desecrated.
The BSF enquiry into the incident found that the agitation provoked the BSF to use tear gas shells but later they had to open fire in self-defence, fearing a threat to their lives, that killed four people and injured thirty.
The main accused Sub-Inspector Mohammad Afzal Wani was arrested in the firing incident. After the protests, the BSF had to vacate the Dharam camp in Gool area where the incident took place.
Interestingly, the Ramban incident drew the attention of Pakistani cleric Hafiz Muhammed Saeed and the Jamat-ud-dawa (JuD, who 'condemned' the firing and asked the PM Nawaz Sharif to take a tough stance on Kashmir.
The sources present at the ground zero said that on the occasion of Eid, before and after the namaz offerings, anti-India slogans were raised. It is reported that stone-pelting and torching of vehicles, shops and houses were a part of a pre-planned conspiracy, in an order to heat up the protest.
During investigation into the matter, it will be cleared that the agitation by anti-India elements was not impromptu but, it was a well-planned conspiracy to break down the morale of patriotic people.