The Indian false flag operation, the Urri attack, served it’s purpose. It has successfully diminished the voices of the Kashmiri activists and the uproar that was triggered after the killing of the activist Burhan Wani.
The Indians played it well; while the dim-witted and oh-so-enlightened world of analysts and commentators took it to be an attempt to weaken the Pakistani position at the United Nation’s General Assembly, it was actually to shift the whole narrative to a brink-of-war situation, with the whole world advising India and Pakistan to stay calm and the rival countries at daggers (fueled by the forcefully-fed narratives of a very far-reaching media), all the while pushing the Kashmir atrocities out of sight, out of mind.
The situation in Kashmir, just by the way, has not changed one single bit. North of 100 people have been brutally murdered by the Indian forces, thousands injured and hundreds blinded by the cruel pellet gun assaults. Indian forces have put up a display of one of the worst human rights violations in the history of the world and it does not seem close to any responsible end in the near future.