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Focus moves 100 organizations of paramilitary powers to Srinagar in the midst of the monstrous crackdown


There has been significant development of security powers crosswise over Jammu and Kashmir after reg February 14 dread assault in Pulwama which murdered 40 CRPF troopers.

The Center carried an extra hundred organizations of paramilitary powers to Srinagar to help security develop after police kept JKLF boss Yasin Malik Friday night and captured many Jamaat-e-Islami laborers in the Valley.

On February 11, the Jammu and Kashmir government had looked for deferment of hearing on the combative Article 35 A case in the Supreme Court.

There has been an impressive development of security powers crosswise over Jammu and Kashmir after the February 14 fear assault in Pulwama which executed 40 CRPF troopers.

Around two dozen individuals related with the Jamaat-e-Islami were likewise captured from focal, north and south Kashmir as a major aspect of a crackdown after the fear assault on a CRPF escort that murdered 40 troopers in Pulwama on February 14.

Police have so far not remarked on the confinements.

The Jamaat-e-Islami named the move an “all around planned connivance to clear path for the further vulnerability in the locale”.

“Amid the mediating night of 22-23 February 2019 police and different powers offices propelled mass capture drive and attacked numerous houses in the Valley wherein many its focal and locale level pioneers have been captured,” it said in an announcement.

Those kept incorporated its boss (Ameer Jama’at) Dr. Abdul Hamid Fayaz, Advocate Zahid Ali (representative), Ghulam Qadir Lone (previous secretary general) and handfuls more, it said.

Previous boss clergyman and Peoples’ Democratic Party boss Mehbooba Mufti condemned the captures saying, “You can detain an individual however not his thoughts.”

Police and paramilitary powers have been put on high caution yet there was no affirmation about any more confinements.

Recently, the legislature pulled back the security front of dissenter pioneers in Kashmir.

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