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Days of Anti-National in Jammu are over: Slathia
2/21/2019 10:29:12 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Feb 21: J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu, and prominent members of Jammu Civil Society today held four hour long event in the High Court premises to pay floral tributes to the 47 Pulwama Central Reserve Police Force martyrs.
A number of resolutions were unanimously adopted. It was resolved that no anti-national element would be given any space whatsoever in whole of the Jammu as the people of Jammu, irrespective of caste and creed are nationalists to the core and committed to the unity and integrity of India. The days of anti-national in Jammu are over as the nation just can't afford the rise of Kashmir like situation in Jammu province.
Slathia said that it was a failure on part of the State Government to not curb those elements who had been working over-time to vitiate the atmosphere in Jammu province. It has become imperative for the Government to bring to justice all those who raised anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans in GGM Science College and outside and in certain localities of Jammu city. It is also imperative that the Government must immediately withdraw all the cases filed against the nationalist of Jammu province. Jammu & Kashmir is integral part of India, and not of Pakistan, where Indians are barred from chanting "Bharat Mata Ki Jai".
The members of the Bar Association and Civil Society in one voice said that those who are preaching communal harmony in Jammu should go to Kashmir to preach brotherhood, peaceful co-existence and democracy. Jammu province is known for communal harmony, peaceful co-existence and politics of exclusiveness. The people of Jammu province have all through displayed spirit of brotherhood and accommodation and this can be seen that the two million refugees have been living in Jammu since decades with the original inhabitants always at their back and call.
The Bar and civil society members reaffirmed their commitment to the nation by saying that Nation comes first and to protect and promote the interest of the nation, they could go to any extent. People of Jammu province have all through fought for the nation in Jammu province and they shall continue to do so without fear and favour and at whatever cost.
Slathia said that we cannot allow the rise of any kind of anti-national tendency in Jammu province as the people of Jammu province constitute backbone of the nation and known for making supreme scarifies for the national cause. Jammu province is the one region in the country where there is hardly any family which has not happily sacrificed their dear ones. He further said that association has decided to resume its work in all the Courts from Friday
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