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Lal Singh roars again in support of CBI probe into Rassana case
8/24/2018 10:44:38 PM
Early Times Report

KATHUA, Aug 24: At this important juncture in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, all those voices who claim of being true representatives of Jammu region should explain where they stand over Rassana and why were they silent for so long?
"I can see the evil designs of all the anti-Jammu forces. They are trying to divide us, weaken our resolve and break our unity. They are desperate to see us divided and fragmented. They are in a state of shock as they are unable to digest the fact that even after 6 months, we have not given up and are struggling to get CBI probe ordered in the Rassana case. We have shown the whole world Dogras are both brave as well as sensible," said Choudhary Lal Singh while addressing a public gathering in Karroh in Lakhanpur area of Kathua district. He added "I am not new to politics. I know well who all are trying to sabotage the agitation of the commoners of Jammu region for getting justice in the Rassana case. But they must know, Choudhary Lal Singh won't let them succeed in their evil designs. All their missions would fail and Dogra Swabhiman Sangathan would succeed in its mission. Aim is to empower Jammu region, politically as well as economically.
We won't let them repeat Rassana, come what may."
Referring to the designs of the evil forces, Choudhary Lal Singh said, "They must tell people of Jammu region why the people shouldn't believe that their only aim is to weaken all those people who are working towards making Jammu politically, socially and economically strong. I have a programme which is in public while they are yet to make it clear what their aims and ambitions are."
He said, "I am not fearful of public scrutiny since I am clear with my conscience. But I am sure, none of those who were silent over Rassana would do the same." Choudhary Lal Singh warned that any attempt to divide or break Jammu region would be resisted tooth and nail.
"They have no courage to fight a battle for long and hence, they are not with us. But Choudhary Lal Singh won't rest till the time, government of Jammu and Kashmir does not recommend CBI probe in Rasana case and then, till the time Justice is not delivered in the case," Choudhary Lal Singh said.
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