Army should be given free hand in Kashmir: JJSF

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 19
Jammu Justice Secular Forum (JJSF) today held a massive protest demonstration at Canal road against the maltreatment of security personal that was being roughed up by the stone palters in Srinagar and against the FIRs being lodged against that security personal who took action against the stone palters in self defense and in order to maintain law and order. Addressing the gathering, Vikram Singh said that the separatists are using the students in valley to create disturbance and to achieve their ulterior motives which shall not be tolerated at all.
He further said that the situation in the state is very alarming as the security forces are being targeted by the stone pelters and thereafter by the government by lodging false and frivolous FIRs against the innocent security personals.
The activists of JJSF gathered at GGM Science College, where they started raising slogans against state as well as central government for their failure to bring normalcy in the state and policy of the government to please the separatists by taking action against the security forces but not against the stone palters who are the real culprits.
Clinton Sharma, Provincial Vice-President, JJSF on the occasion said that the condition of the security forces in valley is just like a brave man handcuffed and thrown into the kennel of hungry dogs. Speaking on the occasion, Atul Sudan, State Working President, JJSF said pro-separatist Muslim leader should be arrested immediately and FIR should be lodged against him for threatening and terrorizing the people of Jammu.
Activists of JJSF demanded that the army in Kashmir should be given free hand to dilute the present situation of Kashmir and all the FIRs lodged against the security personal for taking action against the stone palters, war mongers should be withdrawn immediately failing which JJSF will be forced to launch massive protests and agitation against the state as well as central governments.
Sagar Chib, Shubam, Vikas, Nitin, Akhil and several others were present at the occasion.

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