Govt has lost control over forces: Dilawar
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Srinagar, Dec 12: People’s Democratic Party General Secretary, Muhammad Dilawar Mir on Sunday expressed anguish over the incident near Islamia College here wherein CRPF troopers damaged more than 35 vehicles.
“State government has lost control over forces. They (forces) have let loose a reign of terror. Instead of taking some effective steps on grounds, the coalition led by National Conference is following oppressive policies to gag the voice of people,” Mir said in a statement. He said it was astounding that despite troopers damaging so many vehicles and manhandling students and teaching staff no action had been initiated against them.
He condemned the highhandedness of the authorities and demanded that action should be taken against personnel who have committed atrocities on students and teaching staff without any provocation.
He warned that “suppressive policies” being adopted by the coalition to oppress aspirations of the people would add to the alienation among the masses.
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