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to become the fifth largest food-and-beverage company in the world and the third largest in the U.” said Muzamil Ashraf,a friend of Showkat who was present at the funeral "During our school days he used to get very much disturbed over the manner India was handling Kashmiris and their legitimate demand of freedom with a brute force Not everyone can make peace with a life which comes with daily harassment Showkat was one of them" he added Showkat’s militant tribe his friend says sees only one solution to the long pending promise of ‘right to self-determination’ made by New Delhi to Kashmiris “And that’s a gun solution” he says “Today most of them prefer dying as militants than make peace with the so-called normalcy which is bleeding every other day in Kashmir now I believe it’s high time for the (Narendra) Modi-led Indian government to think why youngsters likeShowkat are leaving behind all possible comforts of life and die fighting its forces which they denounce as an occupation force in Kashmir” Showkat Ahmad Tak’s family house in Panzgam village in Jammu and Kashmir Sameer Yasir/Firstpost Such anguish is nothing new during militant funerals in Kashmir But in case of Showkat it speaks of the larger resentment alarmingly gripping the new generation of Kashmiris Scores of them have already left home to become militants Many more intelligence inputs claim are on the waiting list On the other side the security forces — now frequently entering into gunfights with militants in Kashmir — are in a celebratory mode "Showkat’s elimination is a big success for us because as a commander he was swelling the Lashkar’s Kashmir base by recruiting young boys" a top police officer says “He was very much proficient to do that as he had his schooling under LeT’s biggest guns in Kashmir including Abu Qasim Abu Dujana and others” The sleuths would often traceShowkat’s movementsto Srinagar outskirts throughout his seven-year-long militant stint in which he rose to become an A++ category militant “Militants of Showkat’s stature are beyond the usual gun-yielding guerrillas” the police officer said adding "They are the brain behind the war of attrition against Indian State in Kashmir" Outside Showkat’s house in a makeshift tent after his funeral was attended by thousands of people a man with a long flowing beard stood up and read Islamic verses from the Holy Quran "This is the death we all aspire for" he said and the mourners nodded their heads in agreement "If he were a drunkard you would not even care but he was a Mujaheed You all want to die like him One is dead another is born Don’t think it will stop It won’t" headded New Delhi: The CPM on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of "trying to move towards an autocratic rule" and appealed to all non-BJP chief ministers to together protect the federal structure of the Constitution File image of CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury PTI Party general secretary Sitaram Yechury claimed the prime minister was seeking to convert India’s parliamentary system into a presidential form of government and charged the Centre with "undermining" the constitutional structure of parliamentary democracy "Every move that is being conceived of and is being initiated by the government is undermining the constitutional structure of parliamentary democracy" he said pointing to state election schedules and moves for simultaneous central and state polls He accused the government of interfering in a state’s right to maintain law and order through central agencies "This is precisely what the current prime minister wishes to do — convert the parliamentary system into a presidential form The blatant misuse of constitutional bodies is to systematically undermine the very Constitution of our country" he told reporters in New Delhi "These are the signs of the prime minister moving towards a very autocratic rule" he added Yechury appealed to the non-BJP chief ministers to come together to protect the country’s federal structure "Earlier our demand was to strengthen Centre-state relations but now we have reached a stage where one has to protect what we have" he said Referring to the situation in Kerala Yechury said the move by the RSS to file a case in the state high court asking for the CBI’s intervention in investigating murders demonstrates "political interests" "We have no problem with anybody investigating But law and order is a state subject That is the essence of the federal structure If the state police is doing its job then the purpose of a CBI intervention is to undermine the state’s rights and misuse the CBI for political interests" he said These issues would be discussed at the Opposition coordination committee meet to chalk out floor coordination during the next Parliament session he said The four Left parties have also decided to meet Tuesday to finalise the action plan for their protest against demonetisation on 8 November the day the policy was announced last year Asked why the 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