Gupta’s concern over violation of ceasefire

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 12: Voicing serious concern over the continuance of violations of ceasefire coupled with the attempts for pushing the infiltrators to this side, the former Union Minister and MLA, Prof. Chaman Lal Gupta has raised fingers over the outcome of the Foreign Ministers’ level talks between India and Pakistan, and observed that friendship and enimical acts cannot work together.
Commenting upon the statements after the meetings of the two Foreign Ministers, Prof. Gupta said that it is good that the visa restrictions are being relaxed and there has been ahead way in the trade matters but all this sounds little when the attempts of cross border terror are continuing and there is no let up in the designs about disturbing peace and law and order to this side. Moreover, the continuance of training camps of the ultras in Pak/Pok, is a highly dangerous phenomenon. Prof. Gupta said that it is regrettable that the UPA Government, more so, the congress leadership had never a clear cut Kashmir policy.
He pointed out that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and there is the dire need to make it clear to all the concerned that the future of this State is not negotiable.
Prof. Gupta also stressed the need for setting the house in order by snubbing the voices of secessionism and separatism, in addition to no lowering of the guards, both at the frontiers as also in the areas under threat of the terror and disruptive forces.
He assailed the ruling leaders especially those of the Congress for not enhancing the emoluments of the Special Police Officers (SPOs), Despite their election promises even after expiring of over four years now ignoring their great task and sacrifices.


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