STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Demanding stern and exemplary punishment to those responsible for carrying out attack on RSS leader Chanderkant Sharma and his PSO at District Hospital Kishtwar, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) J&K asked the Government for taking necessary measures in this regard. Briefing media persons here, Rajesh Gupta, Vice President VHP (J&K) condemned cowardly act of terrorists and reiterated the resolve of nationalism, for which Chanderkant was known as a leading torch-bearer in erstwhile district Doda. The VHP leaders also paid rich tributes to departed souls. “VHP, with an utter dismay and displeasure, is still waiting to see them behind the gallows, who are responsible for aforesaid attack and brutal killings of Parihar brothers,” he added. VHP demanded upgradation of security grid in entire J&K and requested for dealing with such anti-national elements without iron hand, to instill confidence among nationalist Hindus living in these areas. “Such acts of terrorism in erstwhile District Doda are aimed to demoralise Hindus besides forcing them for exodus from the area, but VHP want to make it clear that Hindu nationalist society all over India is losing its patience and if situation is not dealt sternly, and culprits as well as their sympathisers are not given exemplary punishment in reasonable time, and if such acts of terrorism are not curbed, nationalist public may be forced to respond to such elements and their supporters across India directly,” Gupta said. Gupta requested the Governor to strengthen security forces in J&K with a view to eliminate Pak sponsored terrorists and their sympathisers in civil society and the administration. He also urged the Central Government to provide all possible assistance to security forces and resources for eliminating terrorism from J&K besides resetting of VDCs with modern weaponry and training, without any further delay to fight and eradicate terrorism.
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