KASHMIR: DON’T WITHDRAW ARMY, STAGE MORE C HITTISINGHPORAS – BJP advises Govt.
KASHMIR: DON’T WITHDRAW ARMY, STAGE MORE CHITTISINGHPORAS – BJP advises Govt.
According to Indian Constitution the country is supposed to be a democratic republic i.e where the will of people will be supreme. But the Govts. have been appeasing majority and crushing peoples will, right from 1947. It is a naked fact the people of Kashmir are not happy with the present set up. They are struggling for long. Now governance has become almost impossible. From youth the agitation has been taken over by women and children. Instead of listening the Kashmiri people the Govt is going to do more experimentation. Since it knows army is an eye sour for Kashmiris, it is contemplating a strategic step i.e withdrawal of special powers to army: the power through which the army can kill any body and its action can’t be questioned in the courts.
Reacting to the Govt’s move the opposition party Bhartiya Janata Party has opposed the Govt and has instead advised ‘ACTION’ on the part of Govt. It may be recalled in the year 2000 when this BJP was in power it did carry out ‘action’. 35 innocent Sikhs of village Chittisinghpora were then massacred (most probably) by army and the Govt propaganda machinery blamed the militants. With this advice to the Govt the BJP surely wants Chittisinghpora kind of actions in Kashmir. Beware Kashmiris brothers!
Sack Omar, don't dilute AFSPA, says BJP
September 12, 2010 22:30 IST
Tags: AFSPA, Cabinet Committee on Security, Advani, BJP, Omar Abdullah
On the eve of the crucial meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security on Kashmir, The Bharatiya Janata Partydemanded the removal of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah , saying his government has "completely collapsed" and warned that any dilution of AFSPA would only allow the separatists and miscreants to call the shots.
Top BJP leaders, who met at L K Advani'sresidence in New Delhi , said, "it is time he (Abdullah)is replaced by a more acceptable person." An unpopular chief minister suffers a complete alienation from his people, it said.
The party came out with a one page statement accusing the centre of being "completely devoid of any vision" on how to deal with the situation.
The meeting attended by Advani, Sushma Swaraj , Arun Jaitley, S S Ahluwaliaand Ravishankar Prasad was held a day before the CCS meet which is expected to consider a slew of measures to address the volatile Kashmir situation.
The CCS is likely to discuss steps like partial withdrawal of Armed Forces Special Powers Act for breaking the impasse in Jammu and Kashmir .
In its statement, the BJP said that the last three months have seen a "sudden worsening" of the situation in the Valley.
The party cautioned the Centre against any dilution of AFSPA saying this is not the time for appeasement of separatists or vote bank politics. "This is a time for action. The government should not under any circumstances consider lifting the AFSPA from any disturbed district of the state. The security environment must be strengthened, the miscreants must feel scared and not allowed to call the shots," it said.
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