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Ahead of Amit Shah visit, Shri Ram Sena reiterates its demand for separate Jammu state
Rajiv | 27 Apr 2017

Jammu, April 27: Ahead the visit of BJP National President Amit Shah to Jammu, Shri Ram Sena, Jammu and Kashmir, reiterated its demand for re-organisation of the State by creating separate States of Jammu and Kashmir for the overall development of the all the three regions uniformly.

In a statement issued on Friday, Shri Ram Sena State President Rajiv Mahajan said that trifurcation of the State is the only viable option that can meet the aspirations of not only the people of Jammu region but also of Ladakh and Kashmir regions.

He said due to continuing unrest and violence in Kashmir Valley, people of Jammu and Ladakh region are also facing hardship and humiliation in other states of the country. 

Expressing serious concern over the continued instances of the waving of Pakistani flags, raising of pro-Pakistan slogans and stone pelting by separatist leaders and their supporters in Kashmir Valley, Rajiv alleged that Jammu and Ladakh region faced lot of humiliation in international level due to such anti-national activities of separatists in Kashmir Valley.

Alleging that present Coalition Government failed in all front, Rajiv Mahajan said the 25 BJP MLAs failed to ensure justice in every sphere of life and equitable development of all three regions in the state.

"All the development works for promoting tourism section in Jammu come to a standstill because of the wrong polices of the current governments in the State," he said.

The separate Jammu State is the only viable option that can meet the aspirations of the people of Jammu region, he said adding that people of Jammu region suffered in all walks of life.

 "We have raised voice for justice many times but each time our demand was crushed by the government," he said, adding, "now the time has come that people of Jammu should get united for their final struggle to get separate State".