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Jammu Central Mahajan Sabha holds meeting
1/7/2023 11:29:38 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 7: In a meeting of the office bearers of Jammu Central Mahajan Sabha (JCMS), held at Mahajan Bhawan, Jammu, the recent barbaric terror attack on minority innocent unarmed civilians in upper Dhangri (Rajouri) was condemned. The office bearers expressed their solidarity and said that these killings are inhuman act, which need to be condemned by all in strongest words.
They paid tributes to the terror victims and two minute silence was also observed for the peace of the departed souls.
Romesh Chander Gupta, President of the Sabha, said that targeting innocent people is a cowardly act of terrorists who crossed all limits to attack civilians and children. Only a coward can do such act. The militants involved in this act should be hunt down immediately. He also said that those who are responsible for deteriorating security situation should be identified and booked. Multiple explosions, fidayeen attacks on Army,encounters are making huge losses of valuable human lives, which can be averted if security lapses are examined seriously. It also shows major negligence on part of the concerned agencies. After such killings, Moniorty community people are not feeling secure in far flung areas. The administration should take tough decisions. He further said that the VDCs were first set up in the mid 90s in parts of Rajouri and other militancy infested districts like Poonch, Doda, Kishtwar, Bhaderwah etc to arm and train villagers for self defence. The task of VDCs was primarily to defend local population against Pakistan sponsored militants. It is time to further strengthen VDCs in the militancy prone twin border districts like Rajouri and Poonch. Equipping of Village Defence Committees with modern and automatic guns is the need of the hour. The government should do this at the earliest to induce a sense of security among the people. Ower grounds militants should be handled sternly.
The others who were present included Shiv Partap Gupta (Sr Vice president), Harinder Gupta (Sr Vice president), Sanjay Mahajan (Gen Secretary), Dr Mohan Lal Gupta (Caisher), Yash Pal Gupta, Surinder Gupta, Vipan Gupta, Balbir Gupta, Subash Gupta, Atul Gupta, Ramesh Gupta, Ashok Gupta, Dinesh Gupta, Mukesh Mahajan Rakesh Gupta, Dr Bimal Gupta,, Ram Kumar Gupta and others.
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