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Video: Kashmiri separatist exposes how Hurriyat leaders brainwashed youth, later clarifies

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 10 August 2019, 09:54 PM
Tanveer Fatima
Tanveer Fatima

Security forces have reportedly shifted around 70 pro-Pakistan separatists and terrorists to Agra central jail on Thursday. The move was taken after observing their activities for over the last few days. All the pro-Pakistan activities were flown out in a special Air Force plane, said a senior official told India Today.

The group consists of mainly "potential stone pelters" who have a history of trouble-making. They are alleged to be active members of separatist groups in Kashmir Valley. They were taken in a special IAF plane to Uttar Pradesh and lodged in Agra Central Jail.

The government has imposed strict restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir after the constitutional provisions that accorded the state special status were abrogated and it was divided into two union territories.

In a video, which is going viral, Kashmiri separatist leader and women activist Tanveer Fatima has exposed how top Pakistani officials and many prominent Hurriyat leaders brainwashed locals in order to create instability in India, assuring “freedom” from India.

Watch the video below:

Fatima herself has been associated with Kashmiri separatists.

In the 57-second video, Fatima named Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani, separatist leader Yasin Malik and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, saying that “these people mislead children”. “They showed them dreams of freedom that led to the path of stone-pelting. These leaders use children only for their own selfishness,” she alleged.

Fatima, however, alleged that her video was edited by Indian agencies. "Indian agencies have edited my facebook live vidio & picked a short line where i spoke against hurriyat, isnt it moral degradation of a country to defame a women," she said.

First Published: Saturday, August 10, 2019 09:35 PM
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