When an interview of Indian Army officer, Major Leetul Gogoi, was being aired on every TV channel on Tuesday evening, a legislator of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, Engineer Rashid, put his TV set on mute. Alone in his official quarters in Srinagar—he keeps no security guard—Rashid is livid as he wonders how a government, which moves the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to make Pakistan uph­old human rights in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, rewards an officer res­ponsible for a grave violation of human rights in Kashmir.