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Central Cong leaders avoid speaking on Dhangri massacre !
1/22/2023 11:22:21 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 22: Three days have passed after entry of the Bharat Jodo Yatra in the Jammu region but none of the national Congress leaders have spoken even a single word about the gruesome Dhangri terror attack.
Although chief spokesman of the J&K Congress Ravinder Sharma made a passing reference to the Dhangri massacre while pointing towards back-to-back blasts in the Narwal area, the central leadership of the Congress has maintained a criminal silence on the incident in which seven members of the minority community were killed by terrorists.
Ravinder Sharma is a native of the Rajouri district so he mentioned Dhangri while listing various terror attacks but neither Rahul Gandhi nor central leaders of the Congress spoke about that inhuman incident.
Just after entering Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday evening via Lakhanpur, Rahul Gandhi spoke about some issues but he avoided speaking any word about Dhangri terror attack.
In his two press conferences during the last three days, the national general secretary and communication head of the All India Congress Committee (AICC) Jairam Ramesh touched on many local and national issues but intentionally or intentionally avoided touching the Dhangri terror attack in the Rajouri district.
As reported earlier some Jammu-based leaders had mooted the idea of taking the Congress leader to Dhangri village of Rajouri by changing the programme.
Some Jammu-based leaders had given these suggestions to hijack BJP’s agenda and to corner the party on the issue of killings of minorities.
Sources in Congress said that these suggestions were given in a meeting in which only half a dozen Jammu-based leaders were present who suggested that visit of Rahul Gandhi to the terror-affected Dhangri village will help the party to aggressively take on BJP for its failure to protect lives of minorities.
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