Hindu Ekta Manch welcomes Governor rule in J&K

‘People of Jammu will never forgive BJP who backstabbed both Hindus and Dogras’

BIVEK MATHUR
Jammu, Publish Date: Jun 22 2018 1:42AM | Updated Date: Jun 22 2018 1:42AM
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The controversial Hindu Ekta Manch (HEM), which spearheaded a campaign for CBI probe into Kathua rape and murder of an 8-year old girl, on Thursday welcomed the imposition of Governor rule in Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing media at Kathua, HEM general secretary, Kant Kumar said, “In the Rasana rape and murder case, the people of Kathua and Jammu were victimized by one and all, be it the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti, her cabinet colleagues from the PDP or the BJP leaders who would claim to be the saviours of Hindus and Dogras.”

“Our people faced FIRs and torture due to pressure from Kashmir centric politicians, particularly Mehbooba Mufti. But thanks to Almighty, our organization grew in size and became more vibrant in these days,” Kumar said.

The general secretary HEM thanked Jammu and Kathua lawyers for extending support to the people who agitated and demanded that the case be handed over to the CBI for investigation, “though the demand was not acceded to.”

He said the Supreme Court of India sent a team of BCI to Kathua to ascertain the facts. “The team members who visited Kathua and Jammu, gave clean chit to the lawyers and freed the people of Jammu from the pro-rapists tag,” he said.

Kant said that people of Jammu will never forgive the BJP leadership “as they backstabbed both Hindus and Dogras of Jammu.”

“But we’re very happy now that the state was put under the direct rule of Governor and we’re free from the dictator Mehbooba Mufti and the most opportunist and power-hungry BJP leaders’ regime,” he added.

 

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