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Changing situation in Valley perturbs secessionist forces
11/21/2017 10:45:13 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov 21: The changing situation in Kashmir Valley is perturbed the secessionist forces and terrorist groups speaking the language of Pakistan by waging a war against the nation.
The recent developments in Valley reveal that common masses in Kashmir want peace should be restored once for all and the violence which has eaten up the vitals of the society should end once for all.
The people of Kashmir themselvesfeel a visible change on ground and they too want to support the forces now fully in their fight agaisnt the terrorism so that the terroriists are completely eliminated from the Valley of Kashmir and situation limps back to normalcy so that the people can heave a sigh of relief.
Sources said that there is such a kind of change visible in Kashmir that the people openly want to join BJP which earlier was considered untouchable in Valley. The Party which held first ever State Executive meeting in Kashmir after its formation over last three decades sees has also been emboldened after its support base expanded in Valley.
The party has its cadres right from district Anantnag to Kupwara and recently a huge rally was organsied by Party in Bangus Valley in keran Sector in which thousands of people participated. The ralley was also gven the name of Bangus mela. A BJP MLC who has been assigned the task of orgaanisational affairs in Kashmir was the chief guest during tis mela.
He sees a sea change inValley situation and feels that in current months party will further increase its support base.
He said that on November 26 a huge rally will be held in Srinagar Kashmir in which people drawn from different parts of Kashmir willen block join BJP and set all speculations to rest that BJP was not acceptable to Kashmiris. The MLC who has been assigned the task has visited length and breadth of Valley to maintian public contact and apprise the people of the policies and programmes of BJP and people in all areas of Kashmir have given a positive response to the Party and they did not find any fault insiding with the party.
Sources said BJP cadres in Kashmir are burning mid night oil to brin more and more people into its fold by increasing its support base in Valley to amke it a party to reckon with in Kashmir.
Sources said the return of two youth by shunning militancy and joining mainstream during alst two days in Valley is a significant development which indicates that the days of terroirists are numbered now.
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