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Youth NC stages protest against innocent killings

Post by on Tuesday, June 7, 2022

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Jammu, June 06: The Youth wing of National Conference (NC) slammed the Central Government for its “failure to stop the killings of innocent in Kashmir Valley.”
A statement from the YNC said that the otherday, youth NC activists led by its district president Jammu, Tejinder Pal Singh, assembled at Nanak Nagar Jammu and raised slogans criticizing BJP led NDA Government for its failure to check rising incidents of targeted killings of innocents in Kashmir.
Talking to reporters here, Singh said the Central Government has despondently failed to protect the Kashmiri in Kashmir and other innocents, as the targeted killings have started in past over one and half years, which are increasing day by day but Centre has failed stop it.
Raising serious concern over the ongoing spree of target killings in Kashmir Valley, Singh pooh-poohed the Union Government led by PM NarendraModi and the Union Territory Administration for making false and tall claims of BJP’s success in bringing peace in Kashmir Valley and reining in the terrorists. He strongly lashed out at the Centre and UT administration for making false rhetoric every day in the media, claiming complete normalcy in Kashmir, while innocents are getting targeted every day. They should wake up and rise to the situation to ensure the safety of innocent Kashmiri in Kashmir.
NitishGoswami, provincial secretary YNC said that BJP has never been serious about the issues of innocent Kashmiri especially their safety and security in the Valley. He accused the government of being wholly and solely responsible for the killings of members of the minority community in the Valley as it has miserably failed in providing the requisite security to the vulnerable section despite it being its foremost duty.
Tejinder Pal Singh demanded that the Centre should ensure the safety and security of innocents in Kashmir and outside workers without further delay.
 
 

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