Routine Pre-poll Exercise, Say Govt Sources After 10,000 Troops Are Airlifted to Kashmir


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The airlifting of 10,000 extra paramilitary troops to Jammu and Kashmir is a routine pre-election practice in front of the Lok Sabha surveys, Home Ministry sources said Saturday.

There has been extraordinary theory in the wake of the Center sending 100 extra organizations (100 staff in each organization) of paramilitary powers to the Kashmir Valley on a dire premise and a concurrent crackdown on separatists in which 150 individuals have been captured.

“The organization of extra powers is a standard exercise identified with pre-race acceptance,” a source said.

Among the 100 organizations of paramilitary powers, 45 were from the CRPF, 35 were from the BSF and 10 each from the SSB and the ITBP. These extra powers will be sent for peace obligations, sources said.

Security powers have just kept more than 150 individuals, principally from the Jamaat-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir, including its boss Abdul Hamid Fayaz, in front of a conference in the Supreme Court on Article 35-An of the Constitution.

In spite of the fact that police named the activity as standard saying that pioneers and potential stone pelters have been grabbed previously, authorities conscious of the improvement said this was the primary significant crackdown on the Jamaat-e-Islami.

The conference on Article 35A, which gives exceptional rights and benefits to locals of Jammu and Kashmir, is probably going to happen in the pinnacle court on Monday.

The Jamaat-e-Islami has in the past been touted to be the parent ideological group of the Hizbul Mujahdeen, yet the association has constantly kept up that it is a socio-religious gathering.

Increased strain was obvious in the Valley even as security was fixed.

Requests issued by some administration divisions added to the feelings of trepidation of the general population. The Government Medical College in Srinagar dropped winter excursion of its employees and guided them to decidedly report for work on Monday.


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