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Wake up to contain worsening situation in Kashmir: Rajni to govt
10/10/2021 11:30:25 PM

JAMMU, Oct 10: AICC Incharge J&K Affairs, Rajni Patil (MP) today hit out at the BJP government for the its total failure to handle the Kashmir situation which is at its worst after 1990 where the minorities and all other peace loving people are feeling unsafe and insecure today.
Addressing a well attended workers rally in the border village on Bishnah road, near Miransahib, Patil strongly lashed out at the centre government and BJP for the worst ever situation after 90s , in view of the series of selective and targeted killings leading to atmosphere of great fear of loosing their life and that of dear ones , who are on the verge of fresh migration.
On this occasion, prominent social activist Adv Deepika Singh Rajawat joined the Congress party along with large number of her supporters. She was welcomed into the party by Rajni Patil, JKPCC chief GA Mir and several other senior leaders present there. AICC leader questioned the BJP for its utter failure to ensure the safety on innocents in Kashmir when the law and order is directly under home ministry as UT and narrated the pain and feeling of insecurity of the families of the victims and others in Kashmir. She strongly condemned the government and administration for failing to shift the dead body of the martyred poor labour from Bihar,whose family and daughters could not see his face last time.She asked the gathering to maintain brotherhood at all costs as congress and its leadership stands for strengthening the nation amidst its pluralistic character and great diversity. She appreciated Deepika Singh Rajawat for choosing to join the cadres of congress to fight the communal and divisive politics of BJP. JKPCC chief, GA Mir welcomed Rajni Patil who arrived here today first time after becoming Rajya Sabha member to share the grief of the victims of the terrorist violence in recent attacks. He thanked Congress high command for strengthening her hands to help the Congress party in Jammu and Kashmir in these difficult times.
Mir also welcomed Depika for choosing to join Congress to serve the people with a vision and to strengthen brotherhood as Congress alone can maintain unity in diversity and take the country on the path of peace, progress and harmony.
He expressed great concern over the deteriorated situation in Kashmir due to the wrong policies of BJP government and its mishandling and misreading the situation.
He said Jammu has always maintained the age old traditions of brotherhood against great provocations. R S Pura has given a unique example of secularism in the past. Likewise Kashmiriyat too is known for composite culture and mutual co-existence but some inimical forces are destroying that culture.
Earlier in the beginning, PCC Chief asked the gathering to stand in the honour of those martyred in Kashmir by terrorists and two minutes silence was observed for peace to their souls.
Chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma, General Secretaries Th Balwan Singh Yogesh Sawhney, DCC President Rural Hari Singh Chib, Former Minister Shabir Ahmed Khan, IYC incharge Gaga, PYC president Udey Chib and several other prominent leaders attended the programme.
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