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Killers of BJP, RSS leaders still at large, people unhappy
5/14/2019 1:09:59 AM

Early Times Report

JAMMU, May 13: The failure of Government to arrest the terrorists who gunned down Parihar brothers in Kishtwar last November and those who attacked senior RSS leader and his PSO in April this year and BJP leader in Nigam village of Dooru tehsil in South Kashmir's Anantnag district has raised a question mark over the functioning of security agencies in the State.
Despite handing over the case of Parihar brothers to National Investigating Agency (NIA) on growing public demand the terrorists are still at large though Government had earlier claimed an early breakthrough.
According to sources, failure of Government to identify the killers of the RSS and BJP leaders in the State has created many apprehensions and people have lost faith in security agencies.
Sources said terrorists in full public view attack BJP and RSS leaders and then flee from the spot giving a slip to security forces and local police is cause of concern and it shows the inefficiency of police and administration.
Sources said the security agencies in last five months have failed to get a clue of Parihar brothers killers while they too failed to arrest the killers of RSS leader. It is not known where the terrorists fled after committing crime, sources said.
Criticising the police, sources said Government also failed to arrest the acquaintances of these terrorists to seek information about the whereabouts of terrorists.
Sources said even Union Government failed to take these killings as a big challenge as the killings have scared the minorities in Kishtwar and BJP sympathisers and nationalist people in Valley, sources said.
Sources said the tall claims of Union Government have also proved hollow regarding elimination of terrorists from the State.
Sources said the Government in order to eliminate terrorism from the State should strengthen security agencies and make them a countable too for the lapses so that such lapses are not repeated in future.
In case security agencies are caught napping in future too this will erode faith of people in them, sources added.
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