STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Taking strong exception of raising pro-Pakistan and anti-national slogans by some miscreants near GGM Science College, the Team Jammu on Tuesday demanded strict action against those involved in such provocative activities and cautioned administration against adopting casual approach in such incidents. Addressing a meeting of students, Chairman Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal regretted that instead of taking action against those indulged in raising anti-national slogans, cops targeted students who were protesting against anti-indian elements. “Lathicharge on student was uncalled for. We strongly condemn provocative action of Police,” said Zorawar Singh Jamwal and warned authorities for stifling voice of nationalist forces in Jammu. Extending full support to agitating students, Zorawar Singh Jamwal asked the authorities to identity those who raised pro-Pakistani slogans within stipulated time, as the incidents has created fear among residents of Jammu region, who have accommodated people from across the State. “Since inception of terrorism in State, people from all regions and sub-regions of the State have taken refuge in peaceful Jammu region which has always set an example of brotherhood and communal harmony,” he said and cautioned that some elements from Valley, at the behest of Kashmir-based political parties, were hell bent to disrupt peaceful atmosphere of Jammu. Others present on the occasion included Chandan Datta, Rajesh Kapoor, Sanjay Sharma, Surinder Sharma, Sunil Singh Raipuria, Yogesh Kumar, Ishaan Choudhary, Akshay Gupta, Dr Ashish Gupta, Bhanu Partap Singh and Ashok Kumar.
Just 16-minute sleep loss may put your job at risk: Study
Parineeti Chopra to star in official Hindi remake of ‘The Girl On The Train’
Sara Ali Khan to star opposite Varun Dhawan in ‘Coolie No 1’ adaptation
Film star Sunny Deol joins BJP
Jonas Brothers to release their first album in a decade in June
© 2017 State Times Daily Newspaper