State Times News UDHAMPUR: A large number of people under the banner of Civil Society Udhampur organised a Shardangli programme to pay tributes to Kishtwar Martyrs Chanderkant Sharma, Anil Parihar and his brother Ajeet Parihar who were martyred by terrorists in Kishtwar. A large number of people assembled at Gole Market Fountain Chowk where tributes were paid to the Parihar brothers and Chanderkant Sharma who were killed by some unidentified gunman in Kishtwar. Social activist Vikram Slathia, Dr Vikram Gulati, Pardeep Bakshi, Panjaj Sharma, Jagdish Kumar, Govind Ram (Dr. Banti), Arun Gupta, Rajan Sharma, Sunil Gupta and many more participated. Lauding Parihar brothers and Chanderkant’s courageous role ever since 1990’s in raising voice against terrorism and preventing migration. Ranjit Singh, Parvesh Parihar and Dr. Vikram Gulati said that they were symbolized a crusade and a cause which has gained further momentum with their killing. All the spokespersons strongly condemned the selective killing of the particular community members Anil Parihar, Ajit Parihar and Chanderkant Sharma by terrorist in broad day light and termed it total failure on the part of civil and police administration. They added that despite the killing of Parihar brothers in November, government has taken no lesson and no concrete steps were taken to strengthen the security which resulted in killing of Chaderkant Sharma. They further added that six months have been passed but there is no breakthrough in Parihar brothers killing being investigated by NIA. Rajan Sharma demanded overhauling of police and civil administration as there are sleeper cells of terrorists sitting inside Govt. machinery which are helping anti social and anti national elements.
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