Several parties condemn blasts

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Jan 21: Several political parties here have condemned the twin blasts at Narwal area of the district, wherein 6 people have suffered injuries.
Jammu and Kashmir National Conference President Dr Farooq Abdullah said in a statement, “I condemn this act unequivocally and hope that it is properly investigated. I express my sympathies with the families of those injured and pray for their speedy and complete recovery.”
Party Vice-President and former Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah said, “I condemn the Narwal blasts in the strongest words. I pray for speedy recovery of those injured in the blasts.”
Meanwhile, BJP State President Ravinder Raina and former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta visited the Government Medical College Jammu and enquired about the well-being of those injured in the blast.
After meeting the injured, BJP J&K UT Chief Ravinder Raina said that police and other security agencies are on the job and sooner than later the culprits will be identified and taken to task. He asked the healthcare staff to provide the best possible treatment to the injured.
Former Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta said, “Jammu is sitting on ticking time bomb with the presence of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis in abundance in Jammu district.”
He said the outskirts of the city have been turned into terrorist havens as Bangladeshis and Rohingyas along with some other communities have been doing everything possible to dent the interests of the country. He demanded strict action against the culprits of the twin blasts at Narwal.
In a statement, Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party Chief, Altaf Bukhari said the twin blasts are an attempt to disrupt the peace of Jammu region.
“This is an attempt to spread fear and panic among the peace loving people of Jammu region,” he said.
Bukhari said the Government should hold a proper investigation into the twin blasts to punish the accused to allay the fear among the people.
National Democratic Party Indian (NDPI) Chief Rajesh Gupta has also expressed shock over the twin blasts at Narwal, Jammu.
Sunil Dimple, President Mission Statehood also staged a demonstration here against the Pakistani terrorist organisations for the blasts at Narwal area of the district.