Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, September 1 Three days communal - TopicsExpress


Newspoint Bureau Jammu Tawi, September 1 Three days communal harmony yatra organised by Jammu Kashmir National Panthers Partry (JK NPP) from Jammu to Kishtwar, concluded here today. The yatra comprised legislators and senior leaders of JKNPP passed through several towns, villages with seven colours flags fluttering carrying the message of communal harmony, unity and tolerance which is real road map towards Reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir to seek lasting resolution of all ills of Jammu and Kashmir. The yatra visited Chenani, Kud,Batote, Ramban (District Hqs), Doda (Distt Hqs.), Bhadarwah, Khanderi-Nallah, Prem Nagar, Thathri and reached Kishtwar. This was the only communal harmony yatra taken-out from Jammu city to the districts of Ramban, Doda and Kishtwar. Several hundred persons from different walk of life met the communal harmony team and narrated the horrifying tales of tragedies and violence that shook the conscience of every human being all over the country. The team also interacted with youth groups, trade union, traders, and the members of the Bar. The communal harmony yatra has reached a conclusion : There is urgent need of change of governance. The governor of J&K must intervene, dismiss the government and impose Governor rule immediately - The security of the state is under threat because of the reason the government had become a security risk.- The judicial enquiry by a sitting judge of the High Courtshould be constituted to dig out truth regarding the Kishtwar riots - All the 107 traders/ shopkeepers/householders whose properties have been destroyed by the government or instance of the government must be fully compensated. All the 92 policemen transferred from Kishtwar should be rehabilitated without any delay. All the officials responsible for the death and destruction on 9th August 2013 in Kishtwar should be brought to justice. Aguideline should be laid by the Governorto provide full security and defence to the weaker sections as well as to the minorities throughout the state. Among those who participated in Yatra were Prof Bhim Singh, Chief Patron NPP, Harsh Dev Singh MLA, Chairman, Balwant Singh Mankotia MLA, President, Yashpaul Kundal MLA, General Secretary,B B Kotwal Adv. Vice-Chairman, S. Daljit Singh, Vice- President, Anita Thakur, General Secretary. 1
Posted on: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 01:59:20 +0000

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