Concerned about the frequent damage of private and public property by some miscreant elements, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Kashmir in a meeting at party office, Jawahar Nagar, asked the government to act tough against them.
“There are reports that many vehicles and school buildings have been set on fire by some miscreants in Kashmir during present crisis,” BJP Kashmir said, adding, the government should indentify the hands behind these incidents and act tough against them, so that such incidents wouldn’t happen in future.
The party said that people want to resume their daily work, but some vested interested elements indulge in these unlawful activities to spread fear among the masses. “Act tough against these elements, so that people can resume normal activities without any fear,” the part said.
The party also condemned the setting scores of school buildings on fire in recent past and demanded strict action against those indulging in violence.
The party said that it is a matter of concern the way situation was handled by the government.
“A large part of Jammu and Kashmir is free of tension; government must act against those indulging in violence, strict action should be taken, so that normalcy can be restored,” the party said.
The meeting was attended by Dr Ali Mohammad Mir, State Publicity Secretary, Altaf Thakur, State Media Secretary, Fayaz Ahamad Bhat, District President Srinagar, District Vice- Presidents Srinagar- Asif Masood, Ashok Bhat, District General Secretary Arif Raja, Incharge Bandipora Mohammad Ashraf Reshi, District Vice-President Anantnag Advocate Wajahat, Grievance Incharge Dr Rafi Ahmad and other party members.