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Governor should immediately withdraw security of Hurriyat leaders: Shiv Sena
1/18/2019 10:01:06 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 18: Shiv Sena Bala Sahib Thackeray on expressed resentment against the Governor, J&K, Satya Pal Malik for reaching out to the separatist leaders.
Addressing media persons, Dimpy Kohli, State President Shiv Sena along with Manish Sahni General Secretary, Raj Singh & Raju Salaria said that there is no need to appease the Hurriyat leaders as they always promoted anti-India propaganda in Kashmir Valley. Hurriyat leaders are openly advocating and supporting Pakistan and it's a known fact that they are acting as the agent of Pakistan, Kohli said. "These people need to be taken to task and dealt with under the law. Any encouragement to such elements will prove to be counter-productive and the government needs to understand this," he said.
He said during 2014 flash floods in Kashmir no Hurriyat leader was seen on road to save the life and express solidarity with Kashmiri people who were facing hardships due to the floods. Indian Army has saved the lives of thousands of Kashmiri people during the floods and also helped in the return of hundreds of youth to their families who had gone towards terrorism, he added.
He asserted that when DySP Ayub Pandit, Aurangzeb and SHO Umar Fayaz have killed nomarch was taken out, neither any Bandh was called no action was taken by the Hurriyat and its allies. "These separatist leaders are destroying the future of youth in Jammu and Kashmir," he asserted. Shiv Sena strongly criticized the Hurriyat and other anti-national elements which are instigating the youth of Kashmir against the security forces.
Shiv Sena leaders said that youth of the Valley should now understand the game of these Hurriyat leaders as they don't have anything to do with the people of Kashmir but only interested in filling their pockets.
He asked the Governor Satya Pal Malik to take concrete action against these Hurriyat leaders and put them behind the bars to save Kashmir from further turmoil. He asked the Governor to withdraw security and all the given benefits to the Hurriyat leaders immediately.
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