One wonders how they become trained outside Kashmir
This refers to the statement of Prof Saif ud din Soz and other politicians and political analysts who have connected the brutal killings by CRP to their lack of training to tackle huge mobs. This is again another cruel joke on Kashmiris. One wonders as to how the same personnel become highly trained and disciplined when they operate in other parts of India. A glaring example is their role in Jammu during Amarnath Land Row. While as the same forces killed around 60 people in Kashmir, nothing like that happened in Jammu though the magnitude of violence there was much higher. Same is true when CRP deals with mobs elsewhere in the country. The fact is that in Kashmir they are posted to kill and only kill. One should not forget that they have been killing Kashmiris in gardens, in their homes, in schools, in play grounds, in orchards, in paddy fields, in lakes, in torture chambers, in vehicles even in their bed rooms. They killed people in funeral processions, in mosques, in hospitals. They killed us in Kashmir and every where in India on every possible pretext.
The tragedy is that all this is not enough to move the government. Farooq Abdullah is not satisfied with the number of killed. He needs more. What is why he says, Kashmir ko goli maro.
Green Park, HIG Colony,
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