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CBI to be core issue in elections: Ch Lal Singh
3/14/2019 11:27:09 PM
Early Times Report

KATHUA, Mar 14: Dogra Swabhimaan Sangathan (DSS) formally launched its election campaign from Kootah in district Kathua. Thousands of DSS workers in a big cavalcade led by Ch. Lal Singh reached Kootha Morh to begin its electioneering.
Speaking on the occasion, Choudhary Lal Singh urged the people of Jammu province to give befitting reply to the Kashmir centric politicians and their cohorts in Jammu who were responsible in maligning the image of Dogras.
While addressing the gathering, Lal Singh lambasted the self styled leadership of Jammu who always sold the interest of Jammu for their own political considerations and the present leadership both in Jammu and in New Delhi has broken all records.
Lal Singh stressed upon the need to have CBI probe to restore confidence of the general public of Jammu region.
He explained the need for the CBI probe because of four different agencies having been used to investigate this case and finally a fabricated case challaned in the court. He stated that the fourth agency was sent from Srinagar Crime Branch with a clear cut mandate of making it a hate crime and tarnishing the image of Dogra community and their revered places of worship. Ch Lal Singh said that I am surprised to hear that how a crime of this nature can be committed in a Devsthan for eight days continuously? If it happens like this then the need of the CBI inquiry becomes must.
Lal Singh claimed that he would continue to strive for CBI probe and take the agitation to a logical conclusion, because it is a question mark on secularism in Jammu and image of Dogras.
While addressing to the wailing family of Sanji Ram, who is facing trial in the court, Lal Singh said that I will fight till my last breath to see that justice is done to the poor soul and in no circumstances any innocent should be persecuted.
He further said that this is the time when all Dogras will teach a lesson to all those leaders who remained mute spectator to the humiliation which we faced in infamous Rasana case across the country.
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