BJP-PDP pushes the issue of Rohingyas, Bangladeshis under carpet: Harsh

Newspoint Bureau

Jammu Tawi, May 28


Accusing the BJP-PDP of criminal disregard for the security concerns of Jammu, Harsh Dev Singh JKNPP Chairman and Former Minister said that the recurrent tensions on the IB and LOC, infiltrations from across the borders, terror attacks and shelter to Rohingyas and Bangladeshis had created an alarming situation in the region. Making a mention of the recent grenade attack in Bus stand Jammu besides Sunjwan terror attack, Harsh Dev Singh did not regret that the govt had apprehended anyone nor had it any clue about the agency involved in the said terror attack. Maintaining that it could not have been possible without local support and shelter, Singh said that the needle of suspicion clearly pointed towards the illegal immigrants who had already been described as ‘ticking time bombs’ by the intelligence agencies. He was addressing a press conference in Jammu today.

Alleging a deep rooted conspiracy behind the settlement of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis by the previous government and showering of premiums and doles upon them by the present unholy alliance, Singh said that the security of Jammu and its vicinity and adjoining districts had been severely jeopardized. He said that BJP which had been blaming previous govt for their illegal settlement was more to blame in view of various civic amenities including Aadhar cards, Ration cards, electric and water connections and even PRCs having been provided to them during their rule.

With Jammu having become extremely vulnerable in the wake of recent happenings on the border and within, the civil society and saner elements were required to join hands to face the imminent challenges to save the situation from further deterioration. He said that not only the disruptive forces were required to be exposed for their nefarious designs but a united move was required to fight them and defeat them.

Gagan Pratap Singh State Secretary JKNPP was also present in the press conference.

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