JK situation worrisome: RSS
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Puttur (Karnataka), Mar 11: Terming the situation in Jammu and Kashmir worrisome, RSS Friday said political parties in the state were strengthening the separatists directly or indirectly “to fulfil their vested political interests.”
"Agitational terrorism is but a new form of terrorism. Separatist forces are engaged in anti-India propaganda by organising seminars in New Delhi and other cities," RSS said in its annual report released at the organisation's annual meet here.
Slamming those behind the "agitational terrorism", the report said that by using women and boys to throw stones at security forces the anti-national groups are trying to create an atmosphere with the help of media as if all the citizens of the Valley want independence.
The report also charged the Jammu and Kashmir government, the Centre and Congress party of being in collusion in claiming that the state was be a disputed territory.
"Negation of complete merger of Jammu Kashmir with India by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, claiming Jammu Kashmir to be a disputed territory, creation of such an environment by interlocutors of the Centre and open support to them by Central government and Congress leaders indicates that separatists, state and the Central governments have embarked upon such a path to strike some agreement," the report claimed.
The RSS report also called for the need for a law to clear the way for the construction of Ram temple at Ayodhya following the decision by the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court on September 30, 2010 on the issue.
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