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NCP to J&K admin: Solve issues of protesting KP employees in Kashmir

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New Delhi: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Thursday expressed concern at the “deteriorating situation” in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir (JKUT) and urged the administration to resolve the issue of protesting Kashmiri pandits employees.

Taking a particular note of the security situation in Kashmir region, Rakesh Sapru in charge UT of Jammu and Kashmir, NCP unit, in a statement said, “the threat to the life of locals as well as those coming for work from outside the JKUT should be taken seriously”.

“The recent targeted killing of Kashmiri Pandits has shown that the government of the day is not in control of the situation” he said.

Rakesh Sapru also pointed out that the recent statement of Manoj Sinha, Lieutenant Governor of JKUT on militant violence, at a particular media event, only shows the “casual attitude” of the administration towards the terror activities in the region.

He said, “this has led to an atmosphere of fear and anxiety among the masses”.

Rakesh Sapru further added that not just Kashmiri Pandits but other sections of the society in Kashmir including those coming to JKUT for work are at the receiving end of the terror violence.

“JKUT administration is only trying to ignore the targeted killings in the union territory.

Sapru accused the JKUT administration of turning a “deaf ear” to the KP employees who have been protesting for several weeks now in Srinagar and Jammu” he alleged.

Expressing empathy with the people of JKUT, Rakesh Sapru, also urged Manoj Sinha to take measures to improve the security situation in Kashmir and urgently find a solution for the protesting KP employees.

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