STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Perturbed by the assault and humiliation of brave soldiers by the maniacal subversives in the Valley followed by the State Government registering FIRs against the army men for appeasing the anti-nationals, a strong battalion of Panther activists led by Harsh Dev Singh, Chairman JKNPP and Former Minister, and other leaders Gheraoed Dy. CM Nirmal Singh’s official residence at Canal Road Jammu.
The angry protestors amid raising ant- BJP and anti-coalition slogans demanded withdrawal of all FIRs against the army officers and invocation of seditious charges against saboteurs in Kashmir. They were stopped by the heavy contingents of police who put up huge barricades in front of Dy. CM’s house.
While addressing the media, Harsh divulged that the incumbent government had been placating and pampering the frenzied anti- nationals and stone pelters who had fearlessly assaulted and manhandled the CRPF personnel on duty in Kashmir. He lamented that it was a bizarre situation where the reverred Indian soldiers were slapped, heckled, stoned, jeered, and humiliated.
He said that the history bore the testimony that our ‘Sainiks’ had always volunteered themselves to face death smilingly on the borders while fighting the enemy but assault on them by the berserk and frenzied saboteurs had disparaged the entire army and the Nation of 130 crore Indians. He said that the Indian Army had relentlessly protected our sovereignty and integrity but their victimization at the hands of anti-national elements in full public view had raised the question mark on the credibility of the BJP partnered government.
Inculpating the sinister alliance for the turmoil and mayhem in the State, Harsh Dev Singh expressed shock over the FIRs registered against the army and BSF by the State Government buckling under the pressure of anti-national elements.
Singh demanded immediate withdrawal of such frivolous FIRs slapped on the army and BSF and asked BJP to tender unconditional apology to the security forces and the entire nation for humiliation to our brave-hearts.
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