Driver’s killing, attack on orchard owner acts of frustration: Raman Suri

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Oct 15: Condemning killing of driver in Shopian and beating up of an orchard owner as acts of frustration, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) State Executive Member Raman Suri today said that since militancy is on its last leg, terrorists were trying to create fear amongst masses by resorting to such cowardice acts. Despite all odds, fruit transportation in the Valley is going on smoothly and this was not getting down the throat of ultras.
Raman Suri was speaking to party workers here today where he asked them to strengthen BJP at all levels and spread party’s programmes and policies amongst masses and also apprise them of achievements of NDA and of the schemes launched during past six years. He said that a couple of days ago terrorists had attacked in Srinagar, injuring seven persons, but these acts of frustration are not going to last long.
He said people are opening shops, attending offices, doing their work, students have started their classes in other parts of the country and essentials are adequately available in the Valley. This all, he added, is not being digested by anti-national elements who are showing their frustration by resorting to such cowardice acts. The morale of security forces is high and they are in complete control of the situation, he said, adding that Valley is also looking forward towards peace, which is imminent now.