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JAMMU: Condemning the brutal terror attack on the bus of Amarnath Yatris in Anantnag, Kashmir which left seven people killed and over 19 people injured on Monday night, hundreds of Panthers activists spearheaded by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and Yash Paul Kundal State President Young Panthers staged a vociferous protest at Dogra Chowk here on Tuesday.
The infuriated protestors amid raising anti- BJP and anti-government slogans took out an appeal march in the heart of Jammu city urging shopkeepers, traders, businessmen, youth and people at large to observe a complete day long ‘Jammu Bandh’ called by the party in solidarity with the deceased Yatris and their bereaved families.
They further raised slogans seeking dismissal of BJP-PDP Govt in the State.
JKNPP leaders taking out protest rally.
Peeved over the deteriorating situation in J and K due to BJP-PDP coalition’s surrender to the dictates of secessionists in Kashmir, Harsh said that there were no signs of government on the ground in the State and the coward act of the militants killing seven innocent Yatris which included five women had exposed the communal character of the secessionist forces and subversives operating in Kashmir.
Terming the terror attack on pilgrims as attack on humanity, he lampooned the Coalition Government for having grossly failed to respond appropriately to the situation created in the State in the aftermath of unholy BJP-PDP alliance and the resultant turbulence witnessed in the State.
He regretted that the anarchy had led to civil unrest, clashes, shut downs, public attacks on police stations, lynching and killing of police personnel, assault on security forces, death and destruction, sympathy with the families of militants and stone pelters in Kashmir, etc.
Asserting that the sinister coalition must be dismissed lock, stock and barrel, Singh urged upon the Governor of J&K to immediately invoke Section 92 of the State’s Constitution to dissolve the Assembly and impose Governor Rule in the State to save it from further anarchy, death and destruction.
Among those who spoke on the occasion included Rajesh Padgotra, Gagan Partap, Shankaar Singh, Stiffness Gill, Sham Gorkha, Naresh Chib, Nirmal Kishore, Rajesh Gondhi, Khajoor Singh, Ravinder Jamwal, Mohinder Singh, Vishav Singh, Kailash Mohan, Rohit Sharma, Aditya Hans, Narinder Sharma, Rakesh Verma, Des Rattan Pandita, Manoj Gupta, Lysi Nor, Rashpaul Singh, Satvir, Mohinder Pal Pandu, Sansar Chand, K.K Sharma, Bodh Raj, Bashir-ud-din, Neeraj Gupta, Sushil Sharma, Raj Kumar Jandial and Sony Sambyal.
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