A Report with Concerns; from: Harbans S Nagokay
Today at Abhinav Theatre Jammu; everyone sitting at a function, just found reminding and repeating the words said few days back by our Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, who asked the protestors of Kashmir, saying “What Azadi…if you play with the future of children? Mufti further told that In Islam, it is said education is right of every Muslim man and woman and when we destroy the foundation of education, when our colleges remain closed, we will remain far behind,” Mehbooba Mufti said. In the above said function, while releasing a book namely “THE SPIRIT OF CHIRON” written by a post graduate doctor in paediatric dentistry at Jammu, Vice Chancellor of Jammu University Prof RD Sharma also stressed upon not spoiling the future of students and insisted that high priorities to be given toward upkeeping the future of students with best offerings. According to Prof Sharma education is nothing less than meditation and ‘Schools, Colleges else Universities etc. are also not meant for spoiling the futures or for other undesirable or-else unwelcome activities.
And a surprised development took place at Kashmir valley, which is almost completing its fourth month of unrest, the joint resistance leadership in their surprising statement has called for a meeting of all stakeholders well within next two days to discuss the future strategy of the resistance movement and finding ways for safeguarding the future of students alongside mien examinations.
At SAS Geelani’s residence at Hyderpora, where various issues, including the conduct of examinations was discussed, sources told that Syed Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik met and the meeting, which lasted for about three hoursthat must also discussed the unethical issues concerning the so-called freedom movement, including calls for shutdown issued through weekly protest calendars. And, within voices coming against these conflicting leaders afresh decision to call a joint meeting with the stakeholders including traders, transporters, member of the civil society, educationists and others to take decisions on issues concerning future strategies, infamous protest calendars, reopening of schools, conduct of examinations and resumption of trade and transport activates in Kashmir.
However, thousands of people on Sunday took part in the funeral prayers of slain Hizb militant in Shopian district of south Kashmirand according to witnesses people reached the ZarkanKellarvillage to offer last rites of Waseem Ahmad Khanday who was killed in an encounter with forces in Dhobijan village, where ant-India and pro-freedom else pro-Islam, slogans were openly screeched.
At the end, within different types of demands and expected remonstrations from residents of border villages, unemployed youths, daily wagers, and need based employees those are without wages and protesting against various Government departments since long, are few among many other new challenges carrying some apprehensive shacks to shock; the coalition partners to deal with some innovative ideologies there-at.