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Heckled CRPF jawan exposes how worst in situation in Valley
Politicians still mum on humiliation of jawans
4/19/2017 11:24:06 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Apr 19: Helpless jawan of CRPF, who was heckled by stone pelters on April 9 has exposed how worst is the situation in Kashmir Valley where even security persons are forced to shout anti-India slogans by the stone pelters. What to say of common citizens even security forces are not safe in Kashmir Valley as stone pelters are hell bent to disrupt peace in Kashmir.
Human right groups and other social activists are making hue and cry over incident when a youth was made human shield by security forces but they have maintained a silence over humiliation given to the CRPF jawans. Not even a single human right activist has uttered a single word in favour of CRPF jawans who maintained utmost restrain despite being heckled and humiliated by the frenzied mob.
Vicky Biswakarma, a CRPF jawan from Odisha among others who were heckled and thrashed by a mob while they were on election duty in Nassarullahpura area of Jammu and Kashmir'
Brave jawan
I was in-charge of the security of the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) during the election duty in Srinagar bypoll on April 9. On my way back home, I and my fellow soldiers were harassed and tortured by a group of Kashmiri youths. They shouted anti-India slogans such as 'Go India Go Back' and 'Pakistan Zindabad' and pelted us with stones.
Budgam district on April 9, has finally broken his silence to narrate the ordeal he went through.
Biswakarma hails from Khetarajpur in Odisha's Sambalpur district. He is currently posted with the CRPF Battalion 50 based in Midnapore district of West Bengal. Biswakarma says he joined he CRPF in 2011 and had served in Kashmir even in 2012.
A video of the poll-bound CRPF team being heckled earlier this month had gone viral on social media resulting in a massive uproar across the country. Biswakarma was one of the jawans seen being assaulted in this video .
"I was in-charge of the security of the Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) during the election duty in Srinagar bypoll on April 9. On my way back home, I and my fellow soldiers were harassed and tortured by a group of Kashmiri youths. They shouted anti-India slogans such as 'Go India Go Back' and 'Pakistan Zindabad' and pelted us with stones", said Biswakarma, who is now in Sambalpur on a leave.
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