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Govt should get out of obstinate attitude; provide relief to KPs: Sahni
Shiv Sena warns TRF not to touch any Hindu in J&K or face consequences
1/9/2023 12:28:57 AM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 8: Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) Jammu and Kashmir unit, taking strong note of the warning issued by the terrorist organization, warned the banned terrorist organization TRF to desist from its nefarious and cowardly acts and be prepared to face dire consequences if it any harm to Kashmir Pandits, asking central dispensation to strike hard on Pakistan, the factory of terror.
Along with this, there is a demand for the Jammu and Kashmir government to come out of its obstinate attitude and provide mental and economic relief to the Hindus working in Kashmir by transferring them to Jammu division.
In this context, Shiv Sena leaders headed by Manish Sahni, President Shiv Sena J&K assembled in Mand area of district Udhampur and staged a strong protest against the terrorist organization.
Sahni warned TRF to desist from the vicious attacks on Hindus and not force Shiv Sainiks to retaliate. He said Shiv Sainiks of venerable Balasaheb Thackeray are still alive to protect Hindus and are capable of giving a befitting reply.
Along with this, Sahni also demanded that the Jammu and Kashmir Government should leave its obstinate attitude and immediately transfer all the Hindus working in Kashmir to safe places in Jammu division and release their salaries without any further delay.
He said that terrorist organizations are constantly targeting Hindus. Open threats to kill Hindus are being issued. In this atmosphere of fear and terror, the government should not determine to make Hindus scapegoats, he added.
Sahni said that the Modi government has banned the terrorist group The Resistance Front (TRF) but terrorism is not coming under control by banning and declaring it a terrorist organization, for this Pakistan, the factory of terror, will have to be hit hard.
On this occasion included general secretary Vikas Bakshi, prabari Ashwini Prabhakar, president Udhampur district Sanjeev Kumar, youth secretary Vishal Verma. , Vijay Kumar, Kaj Singh, Baldev Singh, Ram Lil, Tara Chand, Pradeep Singh, Ratna Lal, Kishori Lal, Ashok Kumar, Parakash, Bodh Raj, Satish Singh and many others were present.
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