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Prevent situation from reverting to1990: Congress to govt
Rajni Patil visits martyred Jammu teacher
10/9/2021 11:06:08 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct 9: AICC Incharge JK affairs accompanied by PCC president GA Mir and other senior leaders today visited the residence of martyred Jammu teacher Deepak Chand at Patoli and offered deep condolences to the bereaved family members.
Rajni Patil arrived Jammu today afternoon after the visiting the families of martyrs, in srinagar, of the recent terrorist attacks. Accompanied by PCC Chief and senior leaders of the party including Mula Ram, Raman Bhalla, Ravinder sharma Yogesh Sawhney ,Kanta Bhan Manmohan singh Shiv Dev Singh, Rajnish Sharma Hari Singh Chib, Udey Chib, Ashok Sharma,Suresh Dogra and several others, she went to his i house at Patoli and shared the grief of the family.
Replying to queries of the waiting media persons outside, Smt Rajni Patil blamed the centre and UT Administration for total failure to ensure the safety of the innocent people and asked the government to prevent the situation from returnig to 1990's which is fast deteriorating in the valley.The common people are fear struck especially the minorities are highly scared ,which is obvious in view of the series of selective and targetted killings.
The employees working in different parts of valley especially of minority community are scared being vulnerable and the government should take adequate measures for their safety ..
I have seen looming large on the faces of common people especially minorities who are deeply concerned about their safety and security and the situation is indicating towards revering to 90's , if not checked immediately by more effective and urgent measures in this regards.
The centre government and UT administration have failed to prevent selective and targetted killings for the past quite sometime while the government makes claims to the contrary ,every day. The government must act immediately to arrest the situation from further deteriorating , which has already turned worst.
She also regretted that the government could not arrange for sending the body of the Bihari vendor ,also martyred in the Tuesday attack.Neither her family members were brought for last darshan and rites, which unfortunate ,if true .Had this been known to us, congress party would have arranged for this by contributing from partymen. She also cautioned against attempts to create wedge amongst communities in the situation as innocents from all religions and communities have lost lives in terrorist violence and targetting tracks. Several othe senior leaders who accompanied include Pawan Raina, Sunny Parihar, Rajveer Singh, Rajinder Jamwal, Sahil Sharma, Parshotam Mehra, Camres David, Ssr Bagi, and others.
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