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Separatists responsible for deaths of innocent youths in J&K: Shri Ram Sena
J&K Shri Ram Sena president, Rajiv Mahajan on Wednesday said that separatists are responsible for the violent protests in Kashmir valley after terrorist Burhan Wani was killed by security forces.

He dubbed the Kashmiri separatists as 'Pakistani agents' and blamed them for creating turbulence in Kashmir valley.

"These Separatist leaders are Pakistan's agents who take money from Pakistan and motivate the young generation in the valley for their vested interests," he said adding that the turmoil that has been created in Kashmir after the death of Hizb Commander, Burhan Wani where innocent people lost their lives, these separatists are responsible for that.

Expressing grief over the killing of innocent youth and security force personnel during the violence, Rajiv Mahajan held the separatists responsible for harboring terrorism in the State.

Mahajan asked the family members of those who lost their young ones in the violence to sit in front of the houses of separatists and Hurriyat leaders and questioned them what they get from the violence.

He asked the parents in the State to convince their children not to take part in the protests and to bring back peace and normalcy in the valley. He also lashed out at separatists for not involving their own children in such activities.

"Why they are not giving guns to their children who are either studying abroad. They just provoke others' children, not their own," he alleged and said gun is not the solution to the Kashmir issue.

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