Kashmir news: “In Islam, it is said education is right of each Muslim man and lady… when we wreck the establishment of instruction… at the point when our schools stay shut, we will stay a long ways behind,” Mehbooba Mufti said.
Scrutinizing the importance of Azadi when “we play with the eventual fate of kids”, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti Sunday said challenges in the Valley were being “incited”. She included that security strengths “demonstrated limitation” and let go just when their camps and police headquarters were assaulted.
“On the off chance that we play with the eventual fate of our youngsters, who ought to be in schools and universities… then what Azadi (are you discussing), what (is the importance) of India, and of Pakistan… I trust this won’t work. Brutality doesn’t help in changing the destiny of countries,” the CM told NDTV.
Schools in the Valley are shut for over a month now.
“In Islam, it is said training is right of each Muslim man and lady… when we annihilate the establishment of instruction… when our universities stay shut, we will stay a long ways behind,” she said.
Without naming anybody, she said a few people were inducing dissents in the Valley. “This (prompting the dissents) is a business for some individuals. They take cash, and plan youth of one town and after that go to different towns… They go into the group and alter the course of group towards police headquarters, and towards (armed force and paramilitary) camps. They know when a police headquarters is assaulted, a camp is assaulted, there would be striking back. They escape themselves and the regular individuals are slaughtered,” Mehbooba said.