Pardeep Singh Bali
It would not be perhaps wrong to say that the Kashmir valley has plunged into the ‘Brute’ rule, wherein miscreants besides attacking security forces, are also humiliating and barring common Kashmiris.
In a latest report from Kashmir, a group of miscreants at 90 ft area of Soura did not allow three expecting ladies to move to hospital, causing complicacy for the trio.
“Three expecting ladies were humiliated by a group of miscreants at 90ft lane area of Soura and were not allowed to move to hospital,” said Aijaz Rather, a local resident, who happens to be the eye witness.
He added that the youth on roads are like animals and they do not care about human life. “The way they abused the pregnant women was disgusting and you cannot expect a civilized people to do that,” Rather said, “One after another all the three ladies were humiliated and stopped from going to hospital. One of the ladies sat on the road with pain and begged for passage, but the brutes did not allow her as well.”
Similarly, Basharat Mir of Bemina alleged that in the name of freedom movement, these people are turning state into anarchy.
“I was threatened by a group of miscreants near Tengpora for taking my daughter back home after her delivery. It was unfortunate that Kashmir is reeling under such a situation, wherein human values are lost,” Mir said, “They even dragged me out of vehicle and threatened to torch the vehicle along with newly born baby and mother.”
Meanwhile, Javed Hussain from Khumani Chowk lamented the new breed of protesters and said they are doing all this for the sake of rhetoric.
“We are in minority in Kashmir and these miscreants deliberately come from other areas and abuse locals. They attack local CRPF camp, hurl stones on local houses and abuse us and our religious practices,” said Hussain.
He further accused the protesters of being drunkard and in the influence of drugs. “Most of the protesting youth are under the influence of drugs. They attack and abuse everyone and when in retaliation they are beaten, it becomes human right violation,” he said and castigated civil society for ignoring these incidents.
Pertinent to mention here that even chief minister had raised concerns over the changing social fabric of the Kashmir valley.