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Vijaypur: Former Minister and JKPCC General Secretary Manjit Singh on Tuesday said if government fails to protect live and properties of border residents, they have no right to continue rule in Jammu and Kashmir.
The former minister visited border village like Chak Paras in Panchayat Rangoor (Ramgarh) situated on extreme border.
Expressing his concern over repeated violation of ceasefire by Pakistan, he said, the enemy country has not kept its promises which it made during DGMO or local sector commander level meetings on the International Level.
“The Pakistan, which needs to be taught a tough lesson, has become aggressive because of failure of the Modi Govt to deal with the aggression of the neighbor,” he expressed his serious reservation at the failure of the foreign policy.
He further said, “the losses which we have suffered in recent years was more than India suffered in 1971 or 1965 wars with Pakistan. It shows that the Government has completely collapsed and hence, it has lost faith of the people to continue.”
Manjit Singh said that the border residents are brave and often work shoulder-to-shoulder with the defence forces whenever there is hostile atmosphere on the border but they usually find themselves helpless in the absence of any support from the Government.
“On ground, there is anger among the people against the Government. They have failed to protect lives of the civilian or security personnel. The failed policies have made the weak enemy stronger,” he said, while accusing the Modi Government of compromising the national security.
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