‘Conspiracies’ would plunge Kashmir into crisis: KEA

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SRINAGAR: Reacting to the proposed allotment of land to outsiders, the Kashmir Economic Alliance (KEA) Tuesday cautioned the government against what it described ‘unending conspiracies’ to create ‘unrest’ in Kashmir.
Chairman KEA, Haji Mohammed Yasin Khan who also heads the Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Federation said the series of events happening in a predetermined order suggest that some forces within the government were hell bent to create an atmosphere of unrest while the timings of such conspiracies seem to be a part of a sinister design.
“The state government spokesman has been telling lies after lies to keep his RSS masters happy, whereas every statement with regard to the allotment of land to outsiders is proving an absolute lie,” Khan said.
He said each and every unusual development, which is taking place in the PDP-BJP alliance since last year suggests that the basic motive of every government order is to systematically erode Article 370 and to allot the land to outsiders.
“Right from the plan for the construction of township of migrant Pandits to development of Sainik Colony, and the Industrial policy to allotment of land to non-locals, is  conspiracy to convert Kashmir into Gaza where the Muslims will finally have to live in ghettos to be ruled by RSS Bhakts,” Khan said.
He said as if this all was not enough, the latest has been that the government has started construction of shelters for non-state subjects in the state. “In the garb of shelter for downtrodden from outside state, the government wants to permanently settle non state subjects and this is something which we will never tolerate and each and every Kashmiri will fight it tooth and nail,” Khan said.
The month of June has witnessed several agitations, the first of which started in 2008 over allotment of 800 kanals of forestland to Amarnath Shrine board.  “It was Amarnath land row previously and now multiple attempts are being made to grab our land,” Khan said.
He said this all was enough to convey that the state in general and Kashmir in particular was being dragged towards uncertainty where chaos will rule the streets.
 “If the state government is serious towards creation of peaceful atmosphere, it must instantly revoke all such sinister orders and make its position clear before the people,” Khan said.
Khan urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to understand that such plans, at the behest of RSS implemented through PDP, would only create chaos and unrest, which is against the interests of the subcontinent.
Khan urged the separatist leadership to avoid any chaotic situation at a time when the matter was beginning to snowball into a major crisis. 
“The separatist leadership must act through peaceful means to avoid the situation from going out of hands, where things end up in loss of previous human lives,” he said.
“The corporate Kashmir is for peace, prosperity and communal brotherhood in all the three regions of the state. We don’t want anything which spoils the atmosphere and drags the state towards another Amarnath like agitation,” Khan said.

 

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