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Now Congress in Jammu says Yatri’s were ‘attacked’ in Kashmir

Stages protest over Kashmir situation, condemns Pak ‘role’

Rouf Pampori

Rouf Pampori

5 Dariya News

Jammu , 18 Jul 2016

Congress Monday held a protest demonstration here to express strong resentment over the prevailing situation in the Kashmir Valley “due to mishandling of the situation by the State and Centre Governments and the Pakistan’s direct and  open interference to fuel further trouble besides failure of the Government to ensure fool proof security and adequate arrangements to Shri Amarnath Yatris.”A large numbers of Congress activists and workers led by senior congress leaders assembled at Press Club Jammu. Amid anti-Pakistan slogans, the Congress activists criticized the Centre and State Governments, holding them responsible for the present situation. They alleged that government failed to provide fool proof security to the Amarnath Yatris who had to face lot of hardships at various places enroute and were subjected to attacks and harassment by miscreants during these periods.Addressing protesters, Congress leader Raman Bhalla lashed out at the PDP-PJP for its failure to deal with the situation during its rule in the state as a result the militancy according to him has gained ground.“The PDP-BJP government was silent spectator to the deteriorating security situation in the Valley as a result there is reverse trend in the peace and normalcy and situation has turned very grim now,” he said.He also regretted the alleged plight of  Shri Amernath Yatris during the past 10 days who according to him have suffered a lot on account failure of the State Government to ensure adequate arrangements and proper security.“They were subjected to great harassment and there is lot of anger amongst people and yatris on this account but the people are cooperating in order to restore peace and normalcy in the State. The Government should ensure the safety and security of all innocent citizens including Amarnath Yatris and minorities, which it failed so far,” Bhalla said. (CNS)




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