BJP should explain presence of militants in its ranks: JKPCC

Police on Sunday said that two LeT terrorists were apprehended by villagers in Tuksan village in J&K's Reasi district for which DGP announced Rs 2 lakh reward for the villagers.
Police on Sunday said that two LeT terrorists were apprehended by villagers in Tuksan village in J&K's Reasi district for which DGP announced Rs 2 lakh reward for the villagers. @igpjmu/Twitter

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) has taken strong exception to the “presence of dreaded terrorists in the ranks of the BJP” and asked the ruling party to explain it to the nation how the “dreaded terrorists had been enjoying its patronage by getting important assignments in the party.”

As per a statement issued to press, lauding the bravery of people of Tukson Dhok village in district Reasi for capturing LeT commander Talib Hussain, who happened to be “a senior office bearer of BJP , along with his accomplice carrying sophisticated weapons and grenades, JKPCC raised serious questions over the “presence of such top terrorists in the ranks of ruling BJP.”

JKPCC chief spokesperson Ravinder Sharma, in an official statement, said that the main culprit in the sensational Udaipur murder incident, also is the active member of the ruling BJP.

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