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JAMMU: Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) on Thursday organised a protest march at Gandhi Nagar.
The protest was led by Deepak Gupta, ABVP State Secretary Jammu Kashmir along with other student leaders against the unilateral decision of the Central Government to impose ceasefire for the military operations in Jammu Kashmir during the month of Ramzan.
Deepak while addressing the students said that the decision so imposed by the government on Indian army is purely with the intention of the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to slow down operation ‘All Out’ in the Valley. He further added that such ceasefire was imposed back in the year 2000 during the Atal Behari Vajpayee government which led to the killing of 828 people in the Valley.
“This will not prove good for the Indian army as it is binding them to wait for the attack and then retaliate and the militants wont attack with flowers they attack with guns,” he said.
“ABVP demands that this decision of imposing cease fire should be taken back or the students will come on the roads against this decision of the central government,” he said.
Haider Ali, SKAUST Jammu President ABVP, requested Modi government to take back this decision and give free hand to the army.
Piyush Khajuria, Vidash Dalmotra, Suyash Gupta, Nandita Sharma, Prateek Raina, Vinayak Magotra, Sugam Andotra, Tarun Sharma, Sunaksh Gupta, Sparsh Gupta, Akshit Baru, Vishal Singh, Vishal Bhagat, Jiteshwar Pawar, Nitin, Akash Sharma, Koushal Sharma, Ramneek Sharma, Aniket Tagotra, Manjeet, Taksh Jandyal, Suchait, Akshay, Rahul, Somnath, Harkirat Singh, Karun, Sumit and Anirudh were also present.
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