Days to Justice
Two days left and the killers are just as free as they were on the day they decided to snatch away two precious Kashmiri lives. The lack of power of the current government could not have been more conspicuous as it is now. It is clear that Omar Abdullah wanted to punish the murderers but looks like he got a taste of the colonial attitude of the occupation Indian forces first hand. The Indians would never charge their soldiers for the murder of two insignificant Kashmiri lives.
The snub for Omar Abdullah could not have been more embarrassing. However, India's colonial attitude has been known for a long time, and I hope it opened his eyes.
Some of his supporters had been pandering the "excellent relations" that Omar has with the so-called "central" government, and that we should therefore "lend him a helping hand" for developing Kashmir. I would like to respectfully ask what they have to say about this snub now, and whether they will keep touting the "excellent relations" that Omar has with the "Centre"?