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  • Fata Morgana
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    Yeah, nice strategy. India is asking the puppet to fight Kashmiri mujahideen and on its turn, Puppet is asking India to wage war against freedom fighters. LOL<

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  • ehsan
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    There is only one way that the freedom fighters can be stopped and that is to grant the people of Kashmir the right of self determination, anything less and Farooq and his masters in Delhi will not be able to contain the movement.

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  • Nadeem
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    But Mujahdeen started putting FIRE CRACKERs in his two pockets. hahah hehehehe

    And Farooq Abdullah-a traitor is looking for another idea against Mujahdeen.

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  • Mr Xtreme
    started a topic India asks Farooq to crack down on freedom fighters

    India asks Farooq to crack down on freedom fighters

    India asks Farooq to stop Mujahideen attacks
    NEW DELHI (APP)-

    India is applying whatever it has in its armoury to suppress the freedom movement in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and the post-Kargil upsurge in the activities of freedom-fighters has made it shuffle and reshuffle its security forces, whether army, BSF, Police or CRPF, with latest instructions to the puppet Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah to mount pressure on freedom fighters following increased attacks on camps of its security forces.

    Indian government is apparently upset over attacks of "suicide squads" and, according to sources in the home ministry, Farooq Abdullah administration has been asked to deal with freedom-fighters with an "iron hand" besides effecting coordination among various security agencies operating in the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The sources said revamping of the Army and other security force units in the Occupied Valley is the first step in this direction.

    According to the Indian national daily The Asian Age, the Farooq government has also been asked to strengthen "delta" force in Doda district of Jammu region by involving so called "village defence committees" members in it. The sources said the Army, besides maintaining strict vigilance across the border, will also be required to carry out counter-operations against the freedom-fighters in the Occupied Valley with the support of Border Security Force and Special Operation Group of police. The move comes on the heels of a high-level meeting chaired by Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee and attended among others by Home Minister L.K. Advani, Defence Minister George Fernandes and Governor G.C. Saxena, Farooq Abdullah recently in which it was decided to follow a "pro-active" policy against freedom-fighters. The army has been put in total control of the recently constituted Unified Headquarters, situated north of Zojila.
    According to the paper quoting sources, the five-month old 14 Corps of the Army will now look entirely after the Dras, Mushkoh Valley, Kargil, Chorbat La and Leh areas and will be responsible for tackling any freedom movement activity from that front. The anti-freedom movement grid has been divided into 49 sectors as part of a three-tier command and control structure under the Unified Headquarters.

    Now the change in strategy and stress in operation will be in line with the direction of Indian government to make it sure that no freedom-fighter is left alive in case he is trapped instead of arresting and sending him to jail,which will apparently be in violation of human rights.
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