Security of Hurriyat leaders will be removed: Home Ministry

SRINAGAR,:On Thursday, there was a major militant attack on the convoy of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pulwama area of South Kashmir, Jammu and Kashmir.
In which 49 CRPF men were killed in the attack. The responsibility of the attack was taken by the militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed. At the same time the government says that the militants involved in the attack will be taught a lesson In this direction the government has taken a big decision.
Top Sources from Home ministry confirmed News agency Press Trust of Kashmir that the government has instructed separatists living in the valley to remove the security given by the government. These instructions have come from the Ministry of Defense. The directive states that the security of the Hurriyat leaders living in Kashmir and Jammu should be removed.
Sources added “Let us say that there are many such separatist Hurriyat leaders in Kashmir who are living in India and still openly protest against India. They poison the minds of young people in the valleys. Surprisingly, many of these facilities are given to the separatists by the government.
On Friday evening, Home Minister Rajnath Singh had said that the safety given to the people funded by Pakistan and its spy agency ISI should be reviewed. After this statement, speculation started that the government was considering the removal of separatist security. At the same time, sources have rightly speculated these speculations and have said that the government has issued instructions for this. (PTK)

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