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Allow court to decide Kathua case: Ravinder Raina
Remains non-committal about the demand to transfer case to CBI
5/17/2018 12:13:37 AM
Jehangir Rashid

Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, May 16: Newly nominated state president of Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) Ravinder Raina today played safe and did not say anything about the demand that Kathua rape and murder case should be handed over to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
Talking to reporters here, Raina said that since the case is being heard in the court it would not be prudent for him to deliberate on the issue. He said that judiciary in the country is country and even the people at helm in the past have been summoned by the court.
"I have studied law and being a student of law I fully understand that it is not feasible for me to comment on the case (Kathua rape and murder) since it is pending in the court of law. Let the court do its job and at the same time we should not meddle in the affairs of the judiciary," BJP state President.
Raina said that the judges in the country have been doing their job in an able and honest manner adding that even the Prime Ministers have been summoned by the court as and when the need arose. He said that India is the biggest democracy in the world and the people of country are proud of its judiciary.
The BJP state president said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is coming on May 19 to the state with a message of hope and peace. He said that Modi is the only Prime Minister of the country who spent Diwali with the people of Kashmir immediately after the devastating deluge of September 2014.
"The BJP has believed that dialogue is the only option to solve any issue. It was due to this reason that former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee went to Pakistan in a bus. Narendra Modi invited Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif for his swearing in and also went to Pakistan to greet Sharif to felicitate him on marriage of some of his relative," said Raina.
The BJP state president however lamented that the honest and sincere initiatives of both Vajpayee and Modi were reciprocated with deceit and treachery the people at helm in Pakistan.
He said that India has always been a votary of peace and prosperity in the globe irrespective of the positioning of a particular country.
Raina said that peace is the only viable option for the people of Kashmir and he would leave no stone unturned to ensure there is a peaceful atmosphere across the region. He paid rich tributes to Maqbool Sherwani, Lt Umar Fayaz, the deputy superintendent of police, Muhammad Ayoub Pandit, Gowhar Bhat and dozens of others, who kept the Indian flag high always.
The BJP state president said that his mission will be to ensure communal harmony and brotherhood within various segments of the society.
He said his endeavour will be to help poor and destitute people of the state including Kashmir.
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