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JPPF seeks arrest of Geelani, others responsible for Kashmir unrest

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JPPFSTATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: In view of the unrest and continued disturbances in Kashmir Valley, Jammu Province People Forum (JPPF) convened a civil society meet to discuss the present situation in Kashmir and its impact in Jammu including Amarnath Yatra.
The meet was represented by the Presidents of Bar Association Jammu, Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Transport Unions, Amar Kashatriya Rajput Sabha, Dogra Brahmin Pratinidhi Sabha, Khatri Sabha, Kashyap Rajput Sabha, Balmiki Sabha, Megh Sudhar Sabha, Ravi Dass Sabha, Mahasha Sabha, Sanatan Dharam Sabha, Dharamarth Trust, Mahajan Hall Sabha, Jammu Paryatan Vikas Mandal, All Jammu Hotels and Lodges Association, Kranti Dal, Raghunath Bazar Shopkeepers Association, Hari Market Shopkeepers Association, besides associations of shopkeepers of Gumat Bazar, Link Road, Pacca Danga Traders Association, Raj Tilak Road, Patel Bazar Fattu Chougan Traders Association, Kali Janni, Moti Bazar and Jain Bazar traders Associations.
The participants unanimously condemned Pakistan and Pro Pak Hurriyat Conference and other anti-national elements for exploiting Kashmiris to create disturbances and turmoil in Kashmir which had a drastic impact on Amarnath Yatra besides loss of more than 43 precious human lives and property worth crore of rupees.
Coming heavily on the Pro Pakistan separatists and other allied anti social elements for prompting and misguiding Valley youth to adopt gun culture and join militant outfits, JPPF President Pavittar Singh Bhardwaj while addressing the meeting asked the government and the Centre to immediately arrest and register FIR against the anti-nationals including Syed Ali Shah Gellani and others responsible for the death of innocent youth in Valley and injuring grievously more than 1,700 people and more than 1,000 security personnel engaged in protection of life and property of the civilians.
“The killing of the militant Burhan Wani by the security forces who had an award of Rs 10 lakhs at his head being a dreaded militant, the government should issue award for his elimination,” he added.
While accusing the separatists for the turmoil the President asked the government and the Centre to immediately withdraw security provided to them and put them behind the bars immediately to restore normalcy.
The President condemned the statement of Member Parliament Muzaffar Hussain Beg against the security forces for eliminating the militant. He appealed to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to expel such MPs immediately as such statements demoralise the moral of security personals.
He also demanded sufficient compensation for damages to the vehicles damaged by the miscreants during the turmoil.
The meet resolved to convey sympathies to the bereaved families who lost their kins and prayed for early recovery of the injured including paramilitary forces. It was also resolved that the public should remain watchful about the rumors and mis-chiefmongers and maintain peace, amity and brotherhood at all costs.

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