The Indian Army conducted a massive door-to-door search operation in Shopian district of south Kashmir – one of the worst terror-hit areas in the Valley.
It was the first such operation since 2000 and was necessitated because of a steep rise in terrorism in the area, including bank dacoities.
As is expected, Kashmiri separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq protested the search operation in spite of the fact that a convoy of Indian Army soldiers returning was attacked by terrorists while on their way back from the search.
It is beyond an iota of doubt that a section of Kashmir’s population is directly supporting the terrorists either by creating obstacles during anti-terror operations or by sheltering them.
And while the liberals in the media and Leftists intellectuals, professors and students sympathize with terrorists such as Burhan Wani, they suddenly are at a loss of words when Indian security force personnel lose their lives.
Which is why this video of an Indian security force member is not been shared or talked about by the elite liberal-secular-intelligent journalists on social media.
According to Times Now the video shows Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists dressed in military fatigues torturing a member of the Indian security force. It is not clear who this alleged soldier is or where the video was shot.
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) May 5, 2017
But social media expressed anger on the matter.
— Surendra Poonia (@MajorPoonia) May 5, 2017
— Diganta Hazarika (@digantahazarika) May 5, 2017
— the village boy (@Dks2171) May 5, 2017
Just a few weeks ago, a video of CRPF soldiers being assaulted by Kashmiri youth while on their way back from a polling station went viral. Only a handful of liberal journalists condemned the incident while nearly every single Leftist in the country ignored it in spite of the laudable restraint shown by the CRPF soldiers.
At the same time, the very Leftists were up-in-arms criticizing the Indian Army when an officer chose to tie a man to a car to warn off stone-pelters and safely escort poll officers from an area.