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Who stops BJP from making CBI inquiry in Rassana murder case, asks Dr Manohar
4/21/2018 11:07:29 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 21: Dr. Manohar Lal Sharma, senior congress leader and former minister of the state has shown serious concerns over day by day debilitating condition of governance in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
He questioned the non-serious approach of the BJP -PDP Govt. in providing justice to the victim of the Rassana case.
The fake assurances of the public safety were exposed in this case as the Govt. has failed firstly to stop the event to happen and later to take timely action and channelize the investigation process.
The resultant of which is undue delay and a state of confusion & chaos among the people of the state, which is persistent till date.
It is clearly evident in the whole Rassana Case, that initially the proactive role of state Government's leadership was totally missing. The Govt. came out of sleep only after people raises hue and cry.
Even after intervention, the Govt. seems more concerned in politicizing the case of rape & murder of minor girl and has surprisingly shown least interest for a fair trial as evident by various moves taken by the Govt. in this case. This move of BJP-PDP Govt. has created atmosphere of mass confusion in the state.
The inability of the Govt. has caused complete mess, anger and distrust among the masses who are now becoming an easy target of rumors spreading related to the case.
Dr.Sharma lamented the statements of Dr.Jatinder Singh who said that CBI inquiry can be initiated if state Govt. recommends, and similar statement of Dr. Nirmal singh who said that CBI inquiry can be initiated on the directions of court. Dr Sharma surprisingly said that on one hand BJP is enjoying power in the centre and is also part & parcel of the state Govt. and on the other hand the BJP leaders are misleading the Jammuites by giving lame statements regarding CBI inquiry.
Dr. Sharma questioned that why BJP is reluctant in ordering the CBI inquiry and who is stopping them from doing the same.
He said that it is very unfortunate that Jammu province has earned a bad name in the national media only due to dead silence and utter failure of BJP to handle the situation properly.
He said that justice to the victim shall be delivered at the earliest and it must be assured that no innocent shall be held guilty due to lapse in investigation process.
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