BJP National Jat Sikh Youth leader and Incharge Jammu and Kashmir Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal write a letter to Hon’ble Governor Jammu and Kashmir Shri. N.N.Vohra and demanded strong action against culprits involved the alleged attack on Sikh girl student in Kashmir earlier this week.Talking with the media persons here today, Grewal raised voice in support of sikh girl student. He claimed that the girl, belongs to the minority Sikh community. He said that this bad instance and news come out by a video of the sikh girl, which is a student of the Islamic University of Science and Technology, narrating her ordeal has also gone viral on social media.He said that this sikh girl is a resident of Gandhpora Tral, in the video, claimed that she was attacked by two men riding a motorcycle with a sharp-edged weapon, when she was going to the university.She said she suffered injuries to her arm and alleged that no action was taken against the culprits even till day. In the video, the sikh girl also alleged that some of her classmates, including a girl, harassed her during Ramzan.
Grewal said that it is very shameful that she was forced to observe fast and wear a headscarf by her classmates, and indicated a link between it and the incident. The girl said she has already raised the issue with the varsity's vice chancellor.Grewal said that this sikh girl has repeated the rich history of our Sikh religion. He said this bad instance has narrated the story of our Sahibzade Baba Zorawar Singh and Fathe Singh who spoke to the wicked Wazir Khan, “We come from a virtous family. Our father is Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh, our Grand-father is Guru Teg Bahadur and our great-grand-father is Sri Guru Hagobind Sahib Ji. We will follow their example".He said that our brave Sikh girl raised her voice which is proud of us, She is now our whole “Sikh Kaum’s di Beti”.Grewal also asked the Kashmir leaders to come forward and play their part in resolving the crisis that has come up following the harassment meted out to a Sikh girl in the Tral area of South Kashmir’s Pulwama district. At this time Rajinder Singh Chib, KL Sharma, Rajinder Singh Srinagar, Satish Kumar RS Pura and other BJP leaders were present.