Burning of Shiv Temple Speaks Volumes of Kashmir Anger
Anantnag, June 29: Enough is enough. Government of India and its state should understand the height and depth of violence prevailing in Kashmir Valley. As per the reports drop in late last night protesters in Anantnag burnt historic Shivalic Temple near Janglat Mandi in Anantnag town. As about 2000 to 3000 protesters attack historic Shiv Temple and burnt it while local police was watching as mute spectators. After that protestors started pelting stone on CRPF personnel’s deputed on guard, leaving them with no choice other than to open fire.
Kashmiri Pandit Sanghrash Samiti an amalgam of all Kashmiri Hindu Organizations has expressed serious concern over the lazy act of protestors and has asked its office bearers across country and world to get ready for agitation against the barbaric act committed by communal forces of Kashmir. Several Kashmiri Hindu Organizations have condemned the cowardly act committed by anti- national and vested interests. They have also cautioned chief minister Omar Abdullah to act firmly against these elements.
Shri Amarnath Yatra is prestigious and pious because of being one of renowned destination according to Hindi mythology as per Shastra as it is the most important among the four Daams (holy places) of attaining Mokhsha (liberty of soul). But that does not mean any Shiv Temple across the world is of less importance. It is worth shame that a temple in historic Anantnag in the name of Shiv (Amarnath) was burnt by protestors of Anantnag but not a single person within Hindu community of Hindu country of Hindustan uttered a single word of condemnation. Shiv Temple at Junglat Mandi is as important as is Amarnath Shrine as disciples used to attend there to start their journey towards holy cave.
Political experts are of view that vested interested, separatists and succumbed main stream politicians are in nexus to highlight Kashmir liberty (Azadi) issue in every nook and corner of the country by taking opportunity to disrupt holy Amarnath pilgrimage scheduled to start from July 1st. They suggested that Indian politicians will not let happen that but expressed shock over the credibility over the role of Indian state.
It is worth to mention that by assaulting over Kashmiri Hindus, their shrines and temples and anything allegedly or conformingly pertaining to Indian state is being uprooted since 1836 by majority local population to expresses their dissatisfaction in union of India. Unprecedented deaths in Kashmir and of Kashmiri Hindus out side of Kashmir is a matter of serious concern to which if government of India will not subscribe, the Indian state would have to answer or things would get more deterred. Because hire and use policy is getting out dated!
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