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JKNPP condemns barbaric assault on students by BJP goons in Ramnagar
7/5/2019 12:01:55 AM
Early Times Report
Jammu, July 4: Infuriated over the gruesome incident during which BJP goons assaulted innocent students of HSS Keya in Ramnagar a day ago, Gagan Pratap Singh State Secy JKNPP condemned the horrific attack on students who were protesting for their genuine demands.
While accusing the Saffron Party of unleashing a reign of terror in entire Udhampur district and Ramnagar in particular, he said that the intolerable incident had not only exposed the prevalent anarchy but also thrown the entire area in the state of shock. "The goons and ruffians moving scot free are enjoying immunity from legal action because they are being provided shelter by the local police. They should be immediately booked under the law", said Gagan.
Rebuking the incident, Gagan Pratap divulged that the students of HSS Keya in Ramnagar were protesting against the deficiency of teachers and staff in the school. The students were suffering academically which forced them to agitate on the roads. And the fact remained that en-masse unwarranted attachments of teachers, masters and lecturers on extraneous and political considerations had led to the shortage of teaching staff in the schools of remote and far flung areas in Ramnagar. When the students of HSS Keya raised slogans against the local ex- BJP MLA, the goons and ruffians associated with the Saffron Party alighted from the blue and started assaulting the innocent students ruthlessly, Gagan said. He further revealed that it was not the first time that the voice of students was quelled but there were six cases earlier also when the local people were beaten by the police while protesting against the shortage of basic civic amenities including power and water supply.
Lambasting the BJP responsible for running 'goondaraj' under its rule, Pratap regretted that the goons and local police indulged in open defiance of law with none to take cognizance in view of the political patronage enjoyed by them. He said that the Saffron leaders besides threatening the people used police force to suppress the public protests seeking redressal of genuine grievances. Since no action was taken by the district administration against the goons and the police, they brazenly dared to perpetuate atrocities on the public without any fear, said Gagan.
Urging upon the Governor to take serious cognizance of the shocking incident of HSS Keya in Ramnagar, he called upon the constitutional head of the State to direct the local administration to immediately register FIR against the goons whose video bashing the students had become viral on social media. "NPP would be forced to launch mass agitation against the barbaric assault on the minor students, if the administration failed to book the culprits under the law", Gagan warned.
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