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PM’s Package Employees holds protest demonstration
8/18/2022 10:48:12 PM

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Jammu, Aug 18: A strong protest demonstration against for demanding relocating the PM ‘s Package Employees outside the Kashmir valley and attached them with Relief organization office at Jammu and safeguard the lives of minorities in Kashmir valley.
A strong protest demonstration was held today at Dogra Chowk, Tawi Bridge in Jammu by Kashmiri Khatri Hindu Maha Sabha and its chairman/president Er Ramesh Chander Mahajan (Kashmiri migrant leader ) against for demanding immediate relocation of the PM’s package employees outside the Kashmir valley on the safety reason of their sufferings till the normalcy will not returns in Kashmir and attached them with Relief organization office at Jammu for performing their duties in various department of Jammu Division and demanded full proof protection to safeguard the lives of Kashmiri Hindus in valley and its members also showed lot of resentment over negligence of govt for not providing right to life letter in spirit and over continuing selective assassination of minority Hindus in Kashmir valley by creating a sense of fear and are scared due to increasing of attack them terming it as a desperate attempt of Pakistan sponsored militant to fail ongoing peace in Kashmir and has strongly condemned the cowardly killing of Sh Sunil Kumar Bhat and injured Brother sh Pinto Kumar Bhat living in chotigam district Shopian and Injured Vijay Kumar Singh living in budgam were non migrant of Kashmir Valley who were fired by Pakistan’s sponsored militant.
Demanding to union Governments and LG administration, concrete steps should be taken to protect the lives of Hindus of Kashmir valley and fulfilled the demand of relocation of PM’s package employees from Kashmir to Jammu as situation is not conducive in Kashmir for them.
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