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Army should be given free hand in Kashmir: JJSF
4/19/2017 11:32:00 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 19: Jammu Justice Secular Forum (JJSF) today held a massive protest demonstration at canal road, Jammu against the political parties and separatists/militants are using the Students in valley to create disturbance and to achieve their ulterior motive and the maltreatment of security personal who were being roughed up by the stone pelters in Srinagar and against the FIRs being lodged against those security personal who took action against the stone palters in self defense and in order to maintain law and order.
The protest was led by Vikram Singh Chib, Provincial President, JJSF under the supervision of Advocate Pushvinder Singh, State President, JJSF.
Earlier today, the activists of JJSF gathered at GGM Science College, where they started raising slogans against state as well as against the central government for their failure to bring normalcy in the state and policy of the government to please the separatists and political parties by taking action and statements against the security forces but not against the stone palters who are the real culprits and separatists and the political parties in the valley just use students of the Kashmir valley for their personnel benefits.
Thereafter, the activists of JJSF tried to march towards the Civil Secretariat, Jammu but they were stopped by the police at Canal Road, Jammu where they blocked the ever busy canal road for almost an hour.
Addressing the gathering, Vikram Singh said that the some political parties and separatists/militants are using the students in valley to create disturbance and to achieve their ulterior motives which shall not be tolerated at all. He said that the situation in the state is very alarming as the security forces are being targeted by the stone palters/separatists and thereafter by the government by lodging false and frivolous FIRs against the innocent security personals.
He further added that those political leaders and separatists who use the students and youth of Kashmir for their personnel benefits as their wards studied abroad for their better future but these leaders tries to put the future of Kashmir in dard as the students of Kashmir are the future of Kashmir and nation too. So the future should not be used by any leader for their personnel benefits.
Clinton Sharma, Provincial Vice-President, JJSF on the occasion said that the condition of the security forces in valley is just like a brave man handcuffed and thrown into the kennel of hungry dogs. He further said, "What has happened is extremely wrong.
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