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Jammu Female Lawyers, Civil Society members want early deportation of Rohingyas, Bangladeshis
4/16/2018 12:08:40 AM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Apr 15: Jammu Female Lawyers today said that Rassana rape and murder case has been politicized by the political parties like PDP & BJP for serving their own political ends and no one is interested in rendering justice to the victim.
During a press conference the Women Lawyers unanimously felt that the Electronic Media at the National level has wrongly projected the on-going agitation only in support of the alleged accused in Rassana rape & murder case which in fact was one of the issues for rendering justice to the victim family through CBI probe.
The Women lawyers have also stated that no office bearer of the J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu has ever restrained or stopped any lawyer to appear in any case including the case of Rassana rape & murder case. Surinder Kour also clarified that the statement attributable to the Bar Association President B S Slathia in regard to inciting of youth for raising arms is factually incorrect, baseless and has been quoted out of context. She said that Slathia had only warned the state government not to create any situation by rehabilitating the Rohingyas & Bangladeshis in and around Jammu city which is creating grave threat to security as admitted by the State & Central Governments.
"Salathia had never provoked or incited the youth to pick up the arms instead of Tringa in their hands as has been highlighted in the National Media besides few politicians. Slathia had warned the government that the people of Jammu as also the youth had been protesting peacefully and urged the government to immediately address the issues being agitated by them and don't allow the situation to reach at an alarming stage as that in Kashmir where the youth find them self trapped and exploited," said Surinder.
The Women Lawyers said that the Rassana rape and murder case has been politicized by PDP & BJP for serving their own political ends and no-one is interested in rendering justice to the victim. Surinder highlighted the defects in the Charge sheet of Rassana rape & murder case conducted by the Crime Branch investigation. It was further emphasized that since one of the members of the SIT was involved in a rape and murder case the same raised the question of the integrity and professional efficiency of the SIT. It was also pointed out that the case has been politicized which is evident by the fact that the Chief Minister who is the Minister Incharge of the Home Department has written to the Chief Justice of High Court for conducting the trial within 90 days when the matter is yet admittedly to be further investigated by the Crime Branch and there are 221 witnesses cited in the said challan. In the meanwhile in the wake of the serious issues concerning Jammu Province, a meeting of various Associations of Civil Society & Prominent leaders of various organizations was held in the High Court Complex, Jammu . In the jam-packed meeting all the leaders of the civil society held threadbare discussions and gave their valuable views/suggestions & vowed for continuing the agitation under the leadership of JKHCBAJ President B S Slathia (Senior Advocate) for resolution of the demands.
The speakers in unanimous voice appreciated the selfless efforts of the members of JKHCBAJ who have always come forward and supported the genuine cause and demands of Nationalist people of the region whenever and where ever the Governments has failed to redress the genuine grievances of the public. The representatives of various organizations felt that the circumstances being created by the certain vested interests & supported by Kashmir Centric politicians under the camouflage is a threat to the social fabric, brotherhood and communal harmony of the Jammu region. The people of Jammu have felt betrayed as they have tested every political party, but injustice and discrimination with the people of Jammu is increasing day by day so much so that now the people are fearing for their security and safety.
In one voice they said that Rohingyas & Bangladeshis illegally settled in and around Jammu are serious threat to the people of Jammu. They accused the Government of encouraging land grabbers by issuing communal directions in favour of particular community as also the nefarious designs of PDP to create a wedge between the communities in Jammu.
The President of Bar Association, assured all the participants of the Civil Society that their proposal shall be placed before the General House on 16th of April, 2018 for approval, which includes the shape, nature, composition and the modalities of carrying forward the agitation for full filling the demands for which the agitation was launched.
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