Dimple appeals PM to visit Kashmir to end unrest

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept 14: Dimple has appealed Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to visit Valley to put an end to Kashmir unrest.
Addressing the press conference, Sunil Dimple, president, Jammu West Assembly Movement reacted on the Kashmir unrest, continually extension of the band calls, tension in Poonch militants attacks, tension in Kishtwar, Doda, Banihal, Bhaderwah, and other areas of Peer Panjal , closure of the net services. Criticizing the Government, he said Kashmir unrest has entered in Guiness book of world record, a record of 70 days, continue historic curfew in the Valley and total shut down on the Eid celebrations, wherein about 82 innocent people were killed and 8000 injured in the Kashmir valley and no separatist killed.
Dimple held responsible CM, deputy CM for the Kashmir unrest, demanded their resignations and said that the Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and the deputy Chief Minister, Dr Nirmal Singh should morally resign from the chair if they really want to end the Kashmir unrest and to end the ongoing unrest in the State.
He said BJP-PDP coalition Government has failed to come up to the expectations of the people of all the three regions of the State.
Dimple said all the formulas of the Central BJP Government have failed to end the Kashmir unrest and even three visits of Home Minister Rajnath Singh in the Valley. All party delegation visit in the State, going to door steps of the separatist’s leaders has not yielded any result even.
Sunil Dimple said the Government of India should not lower its guard in Kashmir as separatists and any slight mistake would cost nation more.
He demanded for the continuation of the AFSPA free hand to security forces, free hand to administration and the Governor rule can save the State from further destruction, blood-shed and save the State from Pakistan and separatists terrorism.