India paying dangerous game: Asiya

India paying dangerous game: Asiya

SRINAGAR: Reacting to the National Institute of Technology (NIT) controversy, Dukhtaran-e-Milat president, Asiya Andrabi, on Thursday said New Delhi was “playing dangerous games in Kashmir”.
In a statement issued to the press here, Andrabi said the NIT incident was “ordinary” but “the Indians wanted to make a mountain out of a molehill”.
“She said that Kashmiri’s have been opposing India since the formation of Pakistan and there was nothing new. Like the majority of the state, a few students enrolled in NIT too expressed joy over India’s loss. It is neither new nor a crime,” she said.
She said there was nothing new in people of Kashmir celebrating India’s defeat or Pakistan’s victory in cricket.
“Indians should have introspected to see why even after about seven decades they failed to tame Kashmiris. But they are arrogant and believe in hooliganism and bullying,” she said.

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