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JAMMU: Taking a strong cognisance of brutal attack on journalists on duty in illegal Rohingya Colony at Kiryani Talab Bathindi, Bharat Raksha Manch (BRM) under the leadership of its Working President Advocate Hunar Gupta held a protest before Governor House, Jammu.
Interacting with media persons, Advocate Hunar said that his organisation time and again raised the issue of illegal foreign nationals from Myanmar and Bangladesh in Jammu but State Government ignored all warnings and now this has emerged as a tickling time bomb which is ready to explode in order to change demography of Jammu region only.
Hunar said, in response to his PIL titled Hunar Gupta Vs. State of J&K and others PIL No. 2/2017 filed before High Court of J&K at Jammu Bench on settlement of Rohingyas in Jammu and their deportation from the State, the government has constituted a committee of four senior cabinet ministers of J&K Government but it is unfortunate that this committee never met after its constitution forget it recommending anything about deportation of illegal foreign nationals from sensitive border State (Jammu region) having estranged relationship with its neighbouring country Pakistan.
BRM also demanded that NC and Congress should also clear their stand on Rohingya issue.
V.K Gupta National Vice President BRM, Govind Malviya General Secretary BRM, Rohit Sharma, Rajinder Malhotra, Kulwant Singh Bhatti, Tarsaim Manhas and Neeraj Chib were also present on the occasion.
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