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BJP slams on Kashmiris, who raised ‘anti-national’ slogans in Jammu

BJP slams on Kashmiris, who raised ‘anti-national’ slogans in Jammu
SRINAGAR, Feb 13: Bhartiya Janta Party on Wednesday slammed on Kashmiris stranded in Jammu who allegedly raised anti-India slogans.
“There are some elements who misused the sentiments of stranded passengers and provoke for anti-Jammu and anti-India slogans,” Bhartiya Janta Party, National Vice-President, Avinesh Rai Khanna told a press conference here. “We won’t let them succeed in their nefarious designs to disturb the peace,” he said.
Thousands of Kashmir bound passengers are stranded in Jammu as the national highway is shut for last several days due to landslides at some places. Science college students on Monday pelted stones on stranded Kashmiri passengers in Jammu near Kanal road where the passengers had assembled to protest against the failure of state government to airlift them to the “disconnected” valley. Some of the passengers have allegedly raised anti-India slogans.
“The government has been trying to provide relief to stranded passengers. The government is trying to open the road so that stranded passengers reach home,” he said.

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