DODA: Expressing its serious concern over the rallies carried out by RSS in Doda and Kishtwar, Jama’at-e-Islami (JeI) Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday vehemently condemned this “malicious” march and termed it a “well-planned thought” to incite communal discord in the region.
“PDP for the lust of chair has sold everything before RSS, BJP and other communal parties who are waiting for a time to genocide Muslim populace in the region. Their sole aim is to make Jammu and Kashmir a Hindu Rashtra and that is why they not only in Kishtwar, but earlier in Doda and Jammu also, marched with weapons and batons in public domain in order to create fear among Jammu Muslims and incite passions. During the regime of BJP, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed immense communal divide in the region by inciting passions, trouble and communal tensions,” Jama’at said in a statement issued this afternoon.
“BJP, in its regime, made possible to evacuate Gujjar community in the region from their land and shelters and even harassed them by invoking 1947 repetition by BJP Minister Chowdhary Lal Singh in recent past. This proves the ill intention of these communal and frenzy parties who are hell bent to harass, intimidate and maim Muslims for ideological hegemony,” the J&K’s largest socio-economic-politico party said.
The statement said that Jama’at condemned “this outlook” of RSS and termed it a “well-thought design” of preparing environment for 1947 repetition.
“At this moment,” the statement said, “Jama’at urges Jammu Muslims to be united at this critical juncture and don’t fall in the hands of those who want to change our ideological stand and disputed nature of the state as well.”
Moreover, Amir Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir Ghulam Mohammad Bhat today visited Hussipora, Chadoora where he paid glowing tributes to Dr Ghulam Mohammad Raina (Rukun-e-Jama’at) who departed today after brief illness.
At the occasion, Ghulam Mohammad Bhat sheds brief light on the sacrifices of Late Raina. Faheem Muhammad Ramzan and Gazi Mueen ul Islam Nadvi were part of the deputation to Hussipora, the statement added.
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