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Snatching fundamental rights part of bureaucratic conspiracy, alleges Sikh leader
Sikhs, Khatris, Mahajans deprived of selling or buying agri land
6/3/2021 11:31:28 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, June 3: Chairman of Sikh Intellectual Circle (J&K), Narender Singh Khalsa, on Thursday said that Sikhs, Khatris and Mahajans will fight for restoration of their rights. Referring to the land law that prevents members of these three communities from purchasing or selling the agricultural land in J&K Khalsa said, “New laws are being made without even asking us. The new land laws are violation of fundamental rights. Indian constitution clearly states that there will be no discrimination on the basis of caste, colour and religion but depriving selected communities from buying or purchasing the agricultural land is a violation of the constitution .”
“After the abrogation of Article 370 the government has failed to provide us with democratic and fundamental rights. It seems that it’s a bureaucratic conspiracy to weaken us. The experiments being carried out against our fundamental rights, like right to equality seem to be a part of bigger plan. They are
‘Experiments in J&K bound to fail, Article 370 should be restored’
carrying forward the agenda of hatred,” he said. “We will create awareness about our rights being snatched as many people don’t know what’s happening.”
He said, “People of Jammu should understand what is happening here. People are being classified and divided. The time has come for us to get united and raise our voice to seek restoration of pre August 5, 2019 position.”
Khalsa said, “People of India were misled by claiming that revocation of Article 370 will lead to massive development but nothing of that sort has happened. BJP has failed in J&K. They need to undo the wrongs they have done by snatching our fundamental rights.”
Referring to the allegations that were leveled by a local BJP leader against a “tall leader” of the party Khalsa said, “We need to understand that BJP is a divided house. One day a leader levels allegations and within a few days he apologizes and withdraws the charges. Had someone else leveled such serious allegations, he would have been booked.”
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