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Hilal Mir

Twitter baby Omar Abdullah has been dealt a blow by his “security forces”, over whom he presides as the Chairman of the Unified Head Quarters, the largest internal security grid in the known universe, comprising more than half a million soldiers, paramilitary troopers, policemen, intelligence agencies and civilian officials. His theatrics in the so-called Assembly should be seen as one of those small moments of celebration for the resistance: an admission by a clerk of the military occupation that he is powerless.

In today’s Greater Kashmir, a somewhat slippery and sly collaborator of the occupation, Alee Andrabi, (one of the several pseudonyms of Naeem Akhtar, the spokesman of PDP) is trying to read Omar Abdullah’s drama not as the symptom of the military occupation, but the failure of a mere clerk so that he could better position his boss Mufti Sayeed as the more palatable executive of the…

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