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Lal Singh blames Mehbooba for killings
5/23/2018 11:50:58 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 23: Ex-Minister Choudhary Lal Singh today in a series of tweets blamed those advocating ceasefire with terrorists and dialogue with Pakistan for bloodbath across Jammu region on the International Border (IB) as well as Line of Control (LoC).
Choudhary Lal Singh today conducted a whirlwind tour of the ceasefire affected villages on the International Border (IB) in the twin districts of Samba and Kathua today and met with the families of those who have lost their kith and kin during the last fortnight.
Talking to the people, Choudhary Lal Singh said that he shared the grief and pain of those who have been bearing the brunt of the Pakistani Terrorist state for having chosen to stay in the areas around International Border (IB) in Jammu region. "These tragic scenes fail to move those who are in Power in Jammu and Kashmir. They still want to hold a dialogue with a state whose only contribution to the whole world has been export of terror. We have been facing bullets and shells since years, primarily because all our policies are Kashmir centric and actions, Kashmir oriented," said Choudhary.
Later, Choudhary Lal Singh tweeted from his handle @LalSinghChBJP "Why no outrage? My 11 civilians have lost lives in ceasefire violations by Pakistan. We are weeping and wailing. Why this silence? Those advocating ceasefire with terrorists and dialogue with Pakistan are directly responsible for this bloodbath in the holy month of Ramzan."
In another tweet, the ex-Minister blamed the policy makers saying that keeping policies subservient to the interests of the Kashmir based political parties has resulted in Pakistan dancing naked on IB as well as LoC.
Important to mention here that it was due to demand of Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that Union Governemnt has announced ceasefire on Ramzan.
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