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Dateline:
Srinagar
By Nasir Hussain Peerzada

The situation in Kashmir is quite precarious and volatile. Fear and uncertainty is looming large. The state administration is totally collapsed. People are subjected to massive hardships and sufferings. A large segment of population is without pure drinking water and electricity. None is bothered to redress the grievances of the masses. At many places people came out in the streets to show their anguish against the maverick bureaucracy. At all fronts it is seen that state administration has utterly failed to deliver.

On the other hand, despite Vajpayee’s unilateral ceasefire, the atrocities and afflictions are being constantly perpetrated against the innocent people. Custodial killing, torture, arrest and harassment by the security forces depict the common feature of this ill-fated community. Vajpayee’s unilateral ceasefire could hardly mum the shooting guns at borders.

The Hurriyet people are still awaiting the positive response from Indian authorities regarding the clearance of passports for all the nominated five-member group. As such the process of dialogue could not be started with Pakistan establishment. It is to be noted that the extension of ceasefire had been totally turned down by LeT, Jaish Muhammad and Jamiatul Mujahidin. The response of HM had been selective.

The chief minister of the state is quite frustrated and disgruntled within himself. Day in and day out, he issues the contradictory and paradoxical statements. Perhaps he does not know what he utters. Primarily he is concerned with appearing before his bosses at New Delhi. His way of somersaulting is quite unique and distinct. His romantic ways have devastated the state administration. He has not proved to be an impressive political head.

The recent killings of some Sikhs at Mehjoor Nagar have further aggravated the situation.
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