Kashmiris treated worse than prisoners: Bhim Singh


Srinagar: National Panthers Party (NPP) chief Prof. Bhim Singh Saturday urged the Governor to invoke Section 92 of J&K Constitution, and dissolve the State Assembly without any delay as there is no existence of the government.

He said the enemies of the country have infiltrated into the peace zone of Jammu province.

Singh urged the Governor to take stock of the situation that has been moving towards dangerous turning which is evident from the incidence that has created uncertainty in the Districts of Poonch and Rajouri.”

Singh expressed shock that the Union government has no idea about the situation and the circumstances that are emerging in J&K during the PDP-BJP rule.

He said that there is no governance in the state and the security has collapsed.

“The people in Kashmir Valley have been forced to live like prisoner with no security, no protection, no food, no medicine, in other words the situation the people of J&K have been facing for over one week is worst than the prisoners living in prison,” he said.

Adding, the prisoners, at least, are provided food, water and even medical aid whereas the people in the Valley have been forced to live in a situation which can be termed as a hell.

He said that what is happening in Kashmir Saturday is unfortunate, undesirable and unacceptable in a civilized society of India where people have fundamental rights enshrined in the heart of the Constitution of India.

Bhim Singh appealed the youth to keep away from any kind of violence whatsoever under all situations and join the cause of ensuring of implementation of all human rights the people of J&K are entitled under the Constitution of India.

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