BJP appeals to the people of Pandit and Dogra community not to leave Kashmir

In the wake of the focused killings in Kashmir, Kashmiri Pandits and Dogra community employees have been demanding switch out of the Valley.

Dogra and Kashmiri Pandit community not to leave the Kashmir – BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday appealed to the Dogra and Kashmiri Pandit community not to leave the Valley and mentioned the authorities was dedicated to foiling the “Pakistani conspiracy”. In the wake of the focused killings in Kashmir, Kashmiri Pandits and Dogra community employees have been demanding switch out of the Valley.

BJP appeals to the people of Pandit and Dogra community not to leave Kashmir
BJP appeals to the people of Pandit and Dogra community not to leave Kashmir

Describing Jammu and Kashmir as the crown of the nation, Jammu and Kashmir BJP President Ravindra Raina mentioned, “We have to stand collectively to thwart the nefarious designs of Pakistan underneath which terrorists sponsored to forcefully expel minorities and nationalist Muslims from the Valley. A conspiracy is being hatched by means of focused killings.”

Addressing a gathering of Kashmiri Pandits at the get together headquarters right here, Raina mentioned, “We have been preventing a Pakistan-sponsored proxy battle for the final 32 years and our police, military and paramilitary forces are giving a befitting reply to the neighboring nation by eliminating hundreds of terrorists. Huh.”

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“We enchantment to Pandits, Dogras and all nationalists from different elements of the nation to cease as we’ve to be part of arms to foil the conspiracy of the enemies,” he mentioned. Raina mentioned that the authorities has introduced to take them to safer locations and present correct safety.

Is the Center not in a position to face peaceable protests: Mehbooba

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti on Sunday questioned whether or not the Center is so weak that it can’t face peaceable protests by mainstream political events in Kashmir. Mufti’s remarks got here amid Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressing a rally in opposition to the Center in the nationwide capital over the killings in Kashmir.

Mufti mentioned it was ironic that political events in the Valley have been not allowed to protest in opposition to the killings of members of the minority community, whereas events in different states have been allowed to accomplish that.

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The former Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir wrote on Twitter, “Ironically, in Kashmir, mainstream events have been not allowed to protest in opposition to the killings of minorities. Can this be seen as the panic of the Indian authorities over the deteriorating normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir? Or are they not in a position to face peaceable protests?

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