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JKNPP to gherao BJP Ministers if FIRs against Army officers not withdrawn: Harsh
4/19/2017 10:43:48 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Apr 19 : Peeved over the assault and humiliation of valiant soldiers by the stone pelters and other anti-nationals in Kashmir followed by the State government slapping FIRs on them for inexplicable reasons, . Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP condemned the bizarre situation which had led to disparagement of the security personnel and brought disgrace to the entire nation. He demanded withdrawal of all FIRs against the Army officers and asked the BJP-PDP combine to seek unconditional apology from the defence personnel for its abominable behaviour.
While addressing the media, Singh said that sovereignty and integrity of nation had always been a prime motto of an Indian soldier but falling prey to the assaults of anti-national elements in full public view had extremely lowered the morale of the security forces. He said that the most shameful and unprecedented incident had disgraced the 130 crore Indians to bow their heads with shame.
Inculpating the BJP partnered dispensation responsible for the turmoil and disorder in the State, Singh expressed shock over the FIRs registered against the Army and BSF by the State government for inexplicable reasons. He wondered over the criminal silence of the Saffron party while the State police slapped FIRs under sections 342/149/506 and 367 of the RPC on the Army's 53 RR unit for countering the stone pelters during the by polls in Srinagar on April 9. "He further maintained that an FIR under section 302 of the RPC had also been registered against BSF personnel for countering stone pelting on the security forces which resulted in a loss of life. "The security forces had shown exemplary courage of exercising maximum restraint while countering the stone pelters but when the subversives would cross all the limits and pose a threat to security personnel's life, the situation would rather call for an appropriate action under self defence," Harsh added.
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