BJP Opposes Rehabilitation Of Kashmir Youth

BJP Opposes Rehabilitation Of Kashmir Youth

23 November 2011
Kashmir Observer


Jammu: The right wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tuesday slammed the Jammu and Kashmir government for approving what it termed an 'anti-national' policy which will allow return of Kashmiri youth from Pakistan-controlled Kashmir back to their homes to live a peaceful life. Responding to the government's approval of a surrender scheme for the youth who have gone across to other part of Kashmir for arms training during past two decades and facilitate their return, BJP's legislature party leader Chaman Lal Gupta said: 'It's an anti-national act, and we will oppose it tooth and nail.' BJP has also called for a ‘Wheel Jam’ in Jammu for 3 hours on Saturday morning to protest the move. State unit president of the party Shamsher Singh Manhas said the state government had made it a habit to go in for one anti-national act after another. 'First, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah challenged accession of the state with India and now his government is bent upon importing all the terrorists from across,' he added. Meanwhile, activists Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha burnt the effigy of Omar Abdullah and held demonstration against the move. Agencies


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