Killing of DSP Ayub Pandith shows Islamic radicalisation is now firmly rooted in Kashmir
In the event of the death of Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mohammed Ayub Pandith, following the assassination of Lt Ummer Fayaz, for the murder of six police officers of the J & K Police – including SHO police station and mutilation – corpses Leave room for doubt that Islamic radicalization has taken root in Kashmir.
It is not that the signs are new but have been brushed beneath the table to politicize the small bank to vote, and will probably continue to happen without them being aware of the detrimental effect on the rest of India.
That life security personnel may be the cheapest in India, regardless of bureaucratic policy is well known.
There is not much difference between Pakistan and the Islamist terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir who harmonize with the call of the Islamic State to carry out the most violent acts during the holy month of Ramadan, supposedly.
While there is recognition in some sectors, now that Kashmiriyat is dead, political parties have encouraged mainly by the same design, while Wahhabism took road in the Kashmir valley.
The number of mosques controlled by Wahhabis, including Ahle Hadith, has increased over the past decade from 1000 to 2,000 mosques with the majority of young people who chose them as traditional Sufi shrines in Kashmir.
The influence of the Wahhabis has also changed the nature of the insurgency in Kashmir in the pursuit of Kashmir freedom, history has changed with the terrorists who are fighting for the cause of Islam.
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Neither the center nor the state government of J & K have no plan to convince radicalization beyond the blockade of the Internet, mobile and others.
Strange government officials discuss views on the management of perception, even if a coherent policy has not yet emerged, set aside an effective implementation. But there are two obvious gaps in this discussion.
The most important is the role of the clergy in the valley, especially in Wahhabi-controlled mosques, including Ahle Hadith. This is where young people are constantly encouraged, especially during Friday prayers.
This is where most of the violence is found, waving Pakistani and Islamic flags and slogans in the name of jihad.
This is where a separatist Mirwaiz Umar Farooq likes, who is both political and delivers sermons in Friday prayers at the Jamia Masjid mosque, has the opportunity to do the whipping. The likes of Umar Farooq and the clergy need the processing line “Mutt and Jeff”.
While five suspects involved in the lynching and murder of DSP Mohammed Ayub Pandith were arrested, SP Vaid, general manager of J & K police has stated that the men of Mirwaiz Umar Farooq were involved in the murder of the DSP.
It is difficult to rule out that the assassination was ordered by Umar Farooq himself, and Ayub Pandith was deprived of certain activities of Umat Farooq. The interrogation of murder is justified despite the crocodile tears that were destroyed by Umat Farooq.
The second issue is education. This ignores that the Center and state government is implicit, schools (madrassas) and not in the valley to teach children to hate non-Muslims.
This should be addressed further by Prime Minister Mehbooba Mufti who does little more than trumpets periodically on the need to resume dialogue. His condition is no different from Qamar Bajwa, about which Pakistani researcher Ayesha Siddiqa wrote that he had little room for maneuver beyond the appearance of terrorists do not attack Pakistan.
Mehbooba and the PDP are in worse condition, having seized power and survived with HUM support.