Jammu: Kashmiri Pandit organisation Panun Kashmir on Friday criticised New Delhi for the removal of army bunkers from Handwara.
“The government policy of public removal of security bunkers and pickets in presence of army chief as was done in Handwara recently is an act of self-laceration of the credibility of the security establishment – particularly that of Indian Army”, Panun Kashmir Chairman Ajay Chrungoo told reporters here today.
“Policies pursued with regard to terrorist-separatist war in J&K, demonstrate a proclivity to abdicate and have only resulted in volcanic separatist eruptions,” he alleged.
The organisation also criticised the Centre’s statement that there was no bar on Hurriyat leaders meeting Pakistani officials.
“The happenings in NIT Srinagar should make Government understand not only the fundamentalist communal ferment ruling the roost there, but also its almost non-existent control of the political sphere at the ground,” he said.