Jammu Tawi, December 14
Crticising the state government for not talking strong action against non-state Subject holders who are living in Jammu, Chamber of Commerce and Industry Jammu (CCIJ) today questioned the State governments stand on dual policy of enforcing Article 370 on different lines in Kashmir where even the construction of Sanik Colony and colony for Kashmiri Pandit Migrants has not seen the light of the day but another side allowing the settlement of Non State Subjects and even Foreign Nationals in Jammu.
Addressing a press conference, President CCI, Rakesh Gupta questioned, “why they have not seen these settlement as a grave threat to the internal security as these people can provide all possible support and shelter to the Anti Nationals to carry out not only attacks on security forces but maybe involved in the menace of drugs, thefts and all sorts of crimes without being traced. It’s also a matter of concern that these people are also seen as beggars and rag pickers possibly doing race may be passing on sensitive information to the anti nationals.
He lamented Ministry of Railways as to how they have employed foreign nationals as labour that has led their entry and permanent settlement in the state whereas ample labour of Indian origin is freely available.
Others who were present during the occasion including Deepak Aggarwal, Jr. Vice President and Rahul Mahajan, Secretary.