Shri Ram Sena (SRS) on Friday urged Governor N.N Vohra to release 235 youths facing Court’s trials in the Amarnath land row case since 2008 in the same way as the 11,000 chronic stone pelters have been released with withdrawing cases against them as a goodwill gesture.
If the J&K state is one, then depriving Jammu youths of this gesture is gross injustice with them and against integrity of State, he said.
Addressing a press conference in Jammu, Shri Ram Sena State President, Rajiv Mahajan urged Governor to immediately deport all the Rohangiyas and Bangladeshis from Jammu citing that if there is Article 370 in State how can they be allowed to stay here especially after their indulgence exposed in illegal and anti-nation activities.
He also demanded Governor to take care of huge discrimination meted out with Jammu region under PDP-BJP Rule of more than three years by ordering an enquiry into the same and also both the parties should be held responsible for gross injustice with Jammu region under their rule.
The highly educated and well qualified youth of Jammu has suffered a lot owing to this discrimination as under PDP-BJP Rule the Govt jobs share has been 85:15, the lion’s share has always been given to Kashmir in a highly biased manner, he said. He expressed hope that under Governor Rule this discrimination will end and justice will be done with Jammuites .
Mahajan also requested Governor to immediately dissolve J&K Assembly and conduct fresh elections as soon as peace and normalcy returns in state.
In wake of forthcoming Amarnath Yatra from June 28, Mahajan urged Governor to double reinstate all the bunkers which were removed by PDP during their coalition government with BJP in State from Kashmir.
He maintained that after the removal of these bunkers, the activities of terrorist have increased many folds and it has seriously caused law and problem in Kashmir.
Any leniency to anti-social elements from now onwards will be suicidal for the State, Mahajan added.
He also demanded that all backdoor appointments and promotions done after June 18 be cancelled after the ouster of PDP-BJP Coalition Government.