After Pak, ISIS flags now dragon appears in Kashmir

Fatigued of waving Pakistani and ISIS flags in Kashmir during street protest, the miscreants patronized by Separatists have now resorted to taking Chinese flags to protest, probably hoping that China would come to help them in their fight. The matter came to light, when security forces recovered Chinese flags along with several incriminating materials during raids at suspected hideouts of terrorists in Baramulla area of the Valley. As many as 44 people were also arrested for their alleged involvement in activities related to terrorism. This is a serious matter for the state government to tackle the situation wherein Chinese flags appear during protests. Over 700 houses were searched in a span of 12 hours in an extensive search operation in the old town in Baramulla, during which 44 persons involved with terror-related activities have been apprehended. The arrest of people involved in terror activities in Kashmir is good but the recovery of Chinese flags doesn’t augur well for India.
The presence of Chinese flags in Kashmir is clear indication that a dark movement, to destabilise the region, backed by Pakistan, who in turn is backed by China, is going on in the Valley. India doesn’t have much choice under the circumstances but to crush any such movement before it gets too big to handle.
While it is not yet confirmed whether China is directly involved in keeping the unrest alive in the Valley or if it is aiding the separatists who have the full backing of Pakistan, but there are reasons enough to believe so. First, China-Pakistan friendship has become stronger, even as the latter country is being condemned across the world for its inaction against terrorism. This clearly shows where the Chinese priority lies. It is certainly not India. Second, China already occupies Aksai Chin, which was a part of Jammu and Kashmir. Chinese interest in Kashmir, hence, is not new. Third, the unrest in the valley has been continuing for over three months. The separatists and terrorists require foreign aid to sustain such a campaign against for so long. With China treating Pakistan as its chief lackey, it doesn’t require a wild guess to point out how and who powers the separatists and militants.

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