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RAMNAGAR/ MAJALTA: Accusing the BJP leadership of using the civil and Police administration to browbeat and bully the NPP leaders in a vain bid to silence their voice, Harsh Dev Singh, JKNPP Chairman and former Minister said that Panthers could not be cowed down by such oppressive onslaughts or terror tactics unleashed against them.
Addressing several public and workers meetings during his whirlwind tour of Ramnagar Town, Manwal, Satrairi, Bharnara and Pathwar villages of Ramnagar Constituency, Harsh said that Panthers’ fight was for justice and restoration of honour and dignity of Dogras and the movement launched by it for Jammu could not be allowed to get scuttled only because of the pressure tactics of hostile elements and opportunist politicians.
With dozens of FIRs having been registered against NPP leaders and workers over non issues at the behest of vested interests, Singh said that it had only exposed the moles in administration who had abandoned even the mere pretence of impartiality.
“Our fight against corruption, communalization and criminalization of politics shall continue even if we have to pay the price for it. All attempts to marginalize Jammu shall be fought tooth and nail. None can calm the roar of Panthers. The fight for Jammu cause shall be taken to its logical conclusion. No matter we live or die”, said Harsh in an emotionally surcharged meeting attended by large number of people.
Coming down heavily on the BJP leadership for having brought disgrace to the people of Jammu region by their cowardly posturing and ignominious surrenders while in power, Singh said that time had come to give a befitting reply to the saffron leadership.
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