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EJAC stages protest against Jammu violence 

Srinagar, Feb 16, : Employees Joint Action Committee (EJAC) Saturday staged a protest against the violence in Jammu against the people of Kashmir.

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  The protest was led by EJAC acting president Fayaz Shabnam.

    Shabnam strongly criticized the government for giving free hand to anti social elements in Jammu who have destroyed the property worth millions and also injured dozens of Kashmiri people staying there.

   He said that Kashmiri people have always been hospitable to other citizens of the country even in terrible times; even then at this time, people across the country are attacking us. Whole Kashmir is in distress over the continuous attacks on Kashmiri people across the country. People outside the valley especially students across the country are in tremendous fear of being attacked.”

    He warned the government that if any further untoward incident will happen against the Kashmiri people especially employees of the state government; EJAC will hold a full fledged protest against the government and all the government employees will be on strike and  its consequences will lie on the government. (CNS)

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