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BJP should stop false propaganda about security of Hindus & peace in Kashmir: Shiv Sena
5/28/2022 10:49:15 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 28: The claims made by the BJP Government at the Centre on August 5, 2019, regarding the restoration of peace in Kashmir and the security of Kashmiri Hindus and other minorities in the valley, have proved to be a hoax today.
This was stated by Manish Sahni, President Shiv Sena Jammu and Kashmir unit in a statement issued here today on the continuing killings of minorities in Kashmir. Shiv Sena leaders led by Manish Sahni assembled infront of Maharaja Hari Singh statue on Tawi bridge in Jammu today. The Shiv Sainiks displayed placards "Stop the killing in Kashmir", "Safe Hindus in Kashmir", "Fulfill the promise of restoration of peace", besides holding black bandages performed silent Dharna.
Talking to media persons here, Sahni said that terror is being spread through targeted killings by terrorists in which innocent and innocent civilians are becoming scapegoats. The BJP, which makes many claims in the name of Kashmiri Hindus to garner votes for Hindus across the country, has failed to protect them in Kashmir. Even those who earned crores of rupees by making the film "Kashmir Files" did not utter a word of sympathy on the killing of Hindus in the Valley and did not extend any kind of helping hand.
Sahni warned the terrorist organizations to desist from their nefarious activities and otherwise they will face dire consequences. Along with this, Sahni said that even after the removal of Article 370 in Kashmir, the killings of Kashmiri Hindus continue in the valley. The BJP has miserably failed to restore peace in Kashmir and provide a safe and secure environment to Hindus residing in the Valley.
34 people belonging to minority communities have lost their lives in terrorist-related incidents in the Kashmir Valley in the last five years. In 2022 , 13 people were targeted by terrorists till date.
Sahni has invited nationalists from all over the country to reach Jammu on June 29 in maximum numbers to show solidarity and encourage the Hindus and minorities settled in Kashmir and to thwart the nefarious designs of the terrorists. On this occasion President Women's Wing Meenakshi Chhibber, General Secretary Vikas Bakshi, Chairman Rakesh Gupta, Vice President Sanjeev Kohli, Sandeep Bhagat, Secretary Balbir Singh, Geeta Lakhotra, Raj Singh, Binny Mahajan, Raju Handa, Rajkumari, President Udhampur Sanjeev Sharma, Vikal Abrol, Shashipal, Dimple, Sumit Sharma, Ashok Kumar, Jayauti, Rajesh Khajuria, Sanjay Pandita, Vijay Kumar , Saksham Sharma, Vishal Verma were present.
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