JAMMU, MAY 18:
Strongly condemning the spurt in violence especially on the borders after the announcement of ceasefire by the govt, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister has appealed the visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi to review the conditional but unilateral decision of holding fire during the month of Ramzan. He said that the Pak sponsored militants as well as our hostile neighbour had proved that terrorism had no religion.
And not only Pakistan had proved it by incessant firing and shelling from across the border but the Huriyat and other terror outfits had also rejected the GOI’s move which was being used as a window of opportunity for escalation of violence on this side of the border, said Harsh. He was addressing a press conference in Jammu today.
Urging upon the Prime Minister to withdraw the obnoxious order of ceasefire, Mr. Singh said that national interest should not be allowed to be sacrificed at the altar of power politics.
He further urged upon the visiting Prime Minister to review the decision of amnesty to stone-pelters and the so called political prisoners who had proved to be the biggest threat to the security of the state. Reminding the PM of the tall assurances of zero tolerance against subversion and militancy given by him and his party leaders, Mr. Singh called for an end to appeasement policies pursued in Kashmir solely for political considerations.
Gagan Pratap Singh State Secretary JKNPP and Mr. Raj Pratap Singh were also present in the press conference.