Amarnath pilgrims attack dangerous for communal harmony: Prof Gupta

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, July 13
Stressing for decisive moves against cross border terror in Kashmir, the former Union Minister Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta said that no soft approach would work as enemies of the peace and tranquility are out to create problems for the mankind and challenges to the security environment.
Referring to the terror attack on the bus pilgrims in Kashmir killing seven persons including six women and injuring several others, Prof. Gupta termed it as not only most heinous act but also a part of a dangerous design to harm the communal harmony in the Country.
“It is good that the people in and outside the State while demonstrating their anger, all sections of the society marked their maturity and frustrated move of the enemies of tranquility, he added and emphasized that in addition to bringing to book the operators of the inhuman act the elements engineering and supporting the violence also should not be spared.
Prof. Gupta said that dangers inherent in extremism and radicalization are being realized all over the civilized world. Hence, there is need also to channelize there feelings to inflict real blow to this menace. “Mere denouncing the sad incidents would not work. There is the dire need for cooperative moves and actions to have effective results and ensure peace which is must for progress and prosperity, he added.

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