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Shame: Some forces in Valley trying to give sectarian colour to Bandipora incident
5/14/2019 1:09:50 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, May 13: Even as authorities are trying their best to ensure peace and harmony after gruesome and heinous incident of Bandipora, some elements are hell bent to give sectarian colour to the horrific incident.
It was all due to fear to these inhuman elements that the main stream parties as well as separatist leadership took some time to condemn the heinous crime.
According to a Kashmir based news agency, senior Shia leader Aga Syed Hasan Almosvi Alsafvi Monday said that there are certain elements who try to create a wedge between Shia and Sunni.
He said the rape victim is the daughter of Kashmir society and all are on the same page with regard to this heinous crime.
"It's wrong to say that we (Shia's) hijacked the issue. We only are highlighting it. Yes, there are elements who are keen to see sectarian divide but we should remain watchful and defeat their designs," Aga Hasan, according to news agency, said.
"Everyone wants accused to be punished as per law.
Nobody supports or advocates him. We as a society have responsibility to bring moral order and spread the light of love and brotherhood," he said and appealed people to sabotage the designs of those who want to create sectarian wedge for their benefits.
Meanwhile Deputy Commissioner, Budgam Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar along with SP Budgam Amod Ashok Nagpure today held a meeting with members of Shia-Sunni Coordination Committee at Budgam.
The meeting was called in the backdrop of spontaneous protests throughout Budgam following the horrific incident of Bandipora.
At the outset, participants condemned the horrific and dastardly act of criminality.
While expressing shock over the incident, DC Budgam told the gathering that all humans irrespective of religions are outraged and want a speedy investigation/ trial of the incident so that culprit is dealt with sternly as per law and justice be done with the victim and its family.
She further added though the anger against it is genuine and all should protest against it peacefully but cautioned the members of the committee against any attempts by the vested interests to give it a sectarian touch.
She urged upon the members of society to ensure calm and peaceful atmosphere in the district. SP Budgam also spoke on the occasion and told that preliminary action as warranted under the law has already been taken in the form of arrest of the accused.
He called for restraint from the protestors and told the committee members to ensure peaceful environment. The participants assured the administration of their support in keeping the situation under control.
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