Tarun Chugh said terrorism will be eliminated: Jammu and Kashmir. Senior BJP leader Chugh also said that Security forces are working to end Pakistan-sponsored terrorism.
Bharatiya Janata Party’s Jammu and Kashmir in-charge Tarun Chugh has said that terrorism will be eliminated in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
Security forces are giving a strong response to Pakistan-sponsored terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Expressing deep sorrow over the selective killings of minority community people in Kashmir in the recent past, Chugh said that the security forces are working to end terrorism.
Expressing grief over the martyrdom of five soldiers in Poonch, he expressed condolences to the bereaved families.
He said that the whole country is with him and a strong response is being given to Pakistan-sponsored terrorism.
Terrorists are killing furiously because the development policies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have separated terrorism.
Criticizing Congress, Abdullah, Mufti, said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir want peace and want to get rid of these three parties. The sun has risen in the Kashmir Valley.
Accusing Mehbooba Mufti of giving communal color to the ACB investigation in the Mumbai drug case, he said where Mehbooba is giving air to anti-national elements and doing cheap politics at the cost of national security.
BJP leaders protest in Srinagar: BJP workers protested demanding accommodation for all panchs and sarpanches in safe places.
In the demonstration outside the press enclave, BJP leaders also lashed out at the Divisional Commissioner of Kashmir.
They alleged that the feeling of insecurity has arisen among the Panch Sarpanches due to not providing accommodation at the right place.
They said that Panch and Sarpanch are the elected representatives of the people, they are not prisoners.
More than six leaders are being kept together in 14 hotels booked in Srinagar, which is a clear breach of security.
He alleged that it was unfortunate that these leaders were thrown out of their private residences and kept as herds of sheep in hotel rooms.
They urged the divisional administration and Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to resolve the issue.