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Jammu bearing maximum brunt of BJP's ceasefire politics: Team Jammu
5/25/2018 11:45:32 PM
EarlyTimes Report
JAMMU, May 25: Expressing concern over unabated killing of people on the borders, the Team Jammu on Friday regretted that residents of Jammu region have became victim of the 'political ceasefire announced by the BJP led NDA government at the Centre to keep coalition partner PDP and anti-India separatist groups of Kashmir Valley in good humour.
Chairman of Team Jammu Zorawar Singh Jamwal lamented on-going blood-bath on the borders of Jammu region has authenticated the allegation that BJP led government at the Centre has made this region as laboratory of its 'political experiments' to appease Kashmir centric groups, be it mainstreams parties or separatists groups, who preached Secessionism.
"The way Jammu region has been ignored in taking important decision it appears that Centre has decided to conduct all its political experiment in this region by playing with lives and emotions of the people of Jammu", Jamwal said.
"After announcement of unilateral ceasefire violence has been shifted in Southern region of Jammu as anti-national elements with the support of some Kashmir centric groups have divert their attention on Jammu", he said. "It was all due directions from the Union Government BSF deployed on the International Border (IB) was reportedly directed not to retaliate firing from Pakistani side", he said.
"It is result of the unilateral ceasefire of BJP led Centre government that Pakistan has started shelling border areas of Jammu district because Rangers across the border were very much aware that hands of their counterparts in India have been tied by the political leadership", he alleged. Pointing towards Thursday evening terror attack at Jammu Bus Stand, Jamwal said, that this incident is an eye-opener for those who were in the forefront in demanding unilateral ceasefire in the month of Ramzan.
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