Aijaz Ahmed Pir, a People’s Democratic Party (PDP) MLA, sought discussion on Thursday when he said psychological warfare in the province of Jammu and Kashmir are saints.

Addressing individuals from the press, Pir said that numerous aggressors dynamic in the state are minors and don’t know about the results of their activity. “Terrorists who are from Kashmir are martyrs, they are our brothers,” said Pir. “Some of them are minors who don’t realize what they are doing. We ought not commend the executing of fear mongers. It is our aggregate disappointment.”

Pir however additionally identified with security work force murdered in the fight against fear based oppression. “We feel dismal when our security powers are martyred too. We ought to feel for guardians of security jawans and with guardians of psychological militants too,” he said.

His remarks, in any case, drew a sharp response from BJP which is in partnership with PDP in the state. “Fear mongers and separatists are adversaries of Kashmir, Kashmiris, advancement and peace. How might they be somebody’s sibling?” asked Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.

J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti daily prior had said that her legislature is chipping away at persuading youth in the state to not go off to some far away place. “Young men get celebrated by taking arms in their grasp and transferring the photo via web-based networking media destinations. My exertion is that the neighborhood activists ought to get back,” she had said. The PDP boss likewise expressed gratitude toward guardians who, she stated, are progressively assuming a dynamic part in guaranteeing their youngsters don’t wage war. “We are appreciative to the guardians who are speaking to their wards to come back from the way of militancy. Numerous an adolescent had returned and we are not badgering them. We are cheerful that they are returning.”

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