SDS condemns SHO’s suspension

Members of Snatan Dharam Sabha interacting with media persons at Jammu. —Excelsior/Rakesh
Members of Snatan Dharam Sabha interacting with media persons at Jammu. —Excelsior/Rakesh

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Feb 25: Snatan Dharam Sabha (SDS) expressed concern over the incident that took place near Sarore in Bari Brahmana and condemned the suspension of then SHO Bari Brahmana Inspector Bharat Bhushan Sharma for judicial enquiry.
Addressing a press conference, Jagdish Dogra, President of the Sabha said that the action like suspension of police officer will weaken the morale of the police personnel.
He also expressed concern over illegal occupants of Government lands and demanded action against land grabbers.
He also condemned the incident, which had taken place in Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU) New Delhi and demanded action against those, who raised anti-national slogans and raised their voice in favour of Afzal Guru and Maqbool Bhat.
“These two were executed for attack on Parliament and it is very unfortunate that some political parties are supporting this act of ant-national elements in JNU”, he added.
Dogra appealed to Central Government to take stern action against the anti-national elements and the organizations supporting them.
He has appealed to Election Commission of India (ECI) to take action against the political parties, which are supporting anti-national activities in JNU.
Among others present were Jagdish Sharma, senior vice president, Bodh Raj, Sat Pal Rathore, secretary, Yash Pal Sharma and Kundal Kumar.

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