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PoK DPs chain dharna enters into day 17
1/12/2019 10:25:02 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 12: The indefinite chain dharna launched by SOS International entered 17th day.
The dharna has been led by Rajesh Suri accompanied by Capt Tirath Singh, Pritpal Singh, Harnam Singh, Sansar Chand & Gurbachan Singh.
Suri alleged we people elected the law makers and send them to Assembly & Parliament to frame rules/laws for the welfare of common people but to our dismay that these law makers have closed their eyes and ears for we people who are struggling on the roads for demands under constitutional rights but they have not walked even an inch to address our grievances.
Suri said that these MLAs & MPS never discussed the issue of PoK Displaced Persons in the Assembly or Parliament as they have their own axe to grind which shows that justice delayed has not only been delayed but denied also.
He further said that during 1971 war India captured 90000 Pakistani soldiers & it was high time the Indian government could have negotiated to seek back PoK so that we people could have lived there peacefully at our homes & hearths, but the Indian Government lost that opportunity. "Government of India entered into negotiation at Prime Minister, Foreign Minister & Foreign Secretary level with Pakistan on many occasions but it is most unfortunate the Indian government never talked or impressed upon the Pakistan Government to vacate illegally occupied areas of J&K State called PoK & for the rehabilitation of PoK DPs for their peaceful settlement.
The indefinite chain dharna is being held over the main 6 key demands viz. implementation of the whole package passed by State Cabinet in October 2014 for PoK Displaced Persons, provide facilities to all displaced at par with Valley Migrants, reservation of 8 seats for people displaced from PoK in J&K Legislative Assembly, permit PoK DPs to visit to their religious places in PoK, inclusion of 5, 300 PoK DPs families living outside the State in the ambit of package passed in October 2014 and return of cash deposits with interest to PoK DPs lying with J&K Bank Mirpur.
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