Army objects to Omar Govt 'demilitarising' Srinagar

Discussion in 'International Politics' started by Shilpa.Sharma, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. Shilpa.Sharma

    Shilpa.Sharma Tihar Jail Banned

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    Army spokesperson raises questions on J-K government's stance on repealing the AFSPA, says shootout in Srinagar on Monday took place because of thinning of troops.

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    ^ I agree with the Army. Omar is trying to play cheap politics by trying to win over separatists by kicking out the Army. Already the man has shown his bloody intentions that "Srinagar is not Delhi's to nod" or something like that. That shows the unreliability in this person and hence Army must take a decisive step in refusing to budge. The GOI is too busy getting itself naked in scams so there won't be any reaction. Now so many of the scams are out that it would be a while before they can have any say on anything other than saving their corrupt netas-- more likely that they'd be busy till the coming elections.
     

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