JAMMU, May 16: Terming State of India’s policy paradigm in J&K as the one consolidating long term Pakistani goals, President IkkJutt Jammu Ankur Sharma today alleged that the Government of India has handed over Hindus as “Strategic Hostages” to a flourishing Jihadi ecosystem in Kashmir.
“GoI is spreading disinformation that things are improving in J&K when the fact is that the same is deteriorating. It is criminal on part of Government when its instrumentalities dismiss gruesome genocidal crimes against Hindus as attempts to derail the developmental processes. GoI is wearing blinkers for which the entire nation is paying a heavy price,” he said, while talking to media persons, here today.
Ankur Sharma stressed that the only solution to the issue at hand is separation of Jammu from Kashmir as an independent State coupled with division of Kashmir into two Union Territories, one exclusively for the persecuted victims of genocide i.e. Hindus of Kashmir.
He suggested that Hindus of Kashmir working under employment packages should be evacuated and moved to safer places till a UT within Kashmir is created for victims of genocide by dividing Kashmir into two. “We don’t want them (Hindus) to be hostages any longer. Their survival is more important to us than anything else,” he added.
Ankur Sharma feared that Jammu was no different from what it was in Kashmir of 1989 and Doda/ Kishtwar/ Ramban/ Poonch of late 90s and early 2000.
“PM Narendra Modi had recently said that the ecosystem created by Congress hid the truth about what happened to the Hindus of Kashmir. Does this Govt also hide the truth about what is happening to the Hindus of entire J&K? Doesn’t the same ecosystem is calling the shots? GoI’s policy in J&K continues to be a policy of premium to separatism and terrorism. GoI pumps money only in those areas where terrorism is manufactured and ignores all those areas and people where peace is flourishing,” he alleged.
Among those present on the occasion, included IkkJutt Jammu Gen Secy Ashwani Sharma, Ajay Singh Saini, Vir Vikram, Tilak Raina, Mukesh Gupta, Manik Jamwal and others.