BJP brazenly trying to gain political mileage out of Pulwama attack: JKPCC chief | KNO

BJP brazenly trying to gain political mileage out of Pulwama attack: JKPCC chief | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Srinagar, February 20 (KNO) : Describing the current situation in Jammu and elsewhere in the Country in the wake of recent Pulwama episode as extremely disturbing, Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) has expressed grave concern over the intimidation of students and other citizens from the valley putting up in different States. In a statement issued to KNO, he also said that BJP is brazenly trying to gain electoral mileage out of the unfortunate Pulwama incident. Mir reiterated that Govt of India has miserably failed to restore sense of security among the people, urging that more effective measures need to be taken to ensure safety of people especially the students and businessmen living in other parts of the valley. “The Centre Govt has miserably failed to restore calm, rather the lack of interest in dispersing the crisis on its part has added problems to the already complex situation in Jammu and other parts of the Country, for which BJP first then Centre Govt is directly responsible,” he said. He lashed out at BJP for fishing in troubled waters, saying that it is the BJP-RSS which is fanning the fire aiming to serve their dirty political ends, but at the sometime, Mir felt confident that handful of troublemaking forces won’t be able to control the entire democratic system in the country, he warned of serious consequences in case they do not mend their ways. He said the security of people should be of a paramount importance for the Centre and no one should have been allowed to intimidate the innocent people especially students who are studying in different parts of the country, emphasizing that stern action must be initiated against those vitiating peaceful atmospheres in the country to serve their vested interests. Hundreds of students from the State have almost completed their studies and were preparing for final examination, but the intimidation is forcing them to leave their studies, which is a matter of grave concern, he added and urged upon both State and Centre Govt to take more effective measures to restore confidence among the students and businessmen from valley, besides the College authorities in different be directed to ensure every facility enabling them (students) to complete their studies.(KNO)