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Terror attacks: JKRTCH Trust calls for peace, vigilance

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JAMMU: Amidst a disturbing surge in terrorist violence plaguing the Jammu region, concerned citizens rallied together under the auspices of the Jammu Kashmir Religious Tourism Culture & Heritage (JKRTCH) Trust. Led by Mahant Rajesh Bittu, Chairman of the Trust, the gathering, dubbed as Chintan Baithak, convened at the Press Club Jammu, drawing a diverse array of prominent figures from various spheres of society. Expressing profound dismay, the civil society of Jammu vehemently denounced the recent spate of terrorist-related incidents, lamenting the loss of innocent lives and the martyrdom of security forces personnel. Mahant Bittu underscored the urgent need for concerted action, cautioning the Jammu and Kashmir government against the grave repercussions of inaction. He warned of unified demonstrations and protests across Jammu if the scourge of terrorist attacks persists unchecked. Zorawar Singh Jamwal, the Chief of Team Jammu, echoed these sentiments, condemning the terrorist onslaught in Reasi, Kathua, and Doda districts.
He called for decisive measures to thwart the nefarious designs of anti-national elements, urging the Central government to uphold the sanctity of the region’s tranquility.
Former President of Amar Khastriya Rajput Sabha and Senior BJP Leader, Narayan Singh, highlighted the impending commencement of the Amarnath Yatra amidst heightened security concerns. He stressed the imperative for proactive governmental intervention to safeguard the pilgrimage and preserve the region’s peace.
A unanimous resolution emerged from the gathering, signaling a collective resolve to launch a mass campaign aimed at heightening vigilance and raising awareness among the populace. The resolution emphasized the need for swift and decisive action against any suspicious activities, underscoring the community’s determination to repel the advances of anti-national elements.
The meeting witnessed the participation of several notable figures, including Rajive Gupta, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce, Ravinder Singh, Jasvinder Singh, Vicky Sarpanch, Tersam, Rajan Gupta, Karan Singh , Manav Gupta, Kuldeep Kandari, Rajinder, Bharat Raksha Manch, former Corporator Amit Gupta, Vishal, Pankaj Gupta, Mahant Shanti Giri, Mahant Mohan Giri, Vijay Krishan Prasher yoga Acharya, Mohan Bharati, Mahant Jasmeer, Mahant Meshanand and Mahant Raj Giri.

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