VHP warns against deteriorating condition of Sawhney

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, June 7: VHP patron Dr Rama Kant Dubey today warned State Government of serious consequences in case any untoward happened to Vinod Sawhney who is on fast unto death for last many days in protest against the dismantling of his Khokha by Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) allotted to him by the State Government in 2009.
Dr Dubey, who visited GMC Jammu where Mr Sawhney was admitted few days back after his condition deteriorated said that he is not taking any thing in hospital also and has continued his fast unto death.
He said Mr Sawhney was allotted Khoka at Hari Market for his sacrifices for national cause by the State Government. But unfortunately during a recent demolition drive JMC authorities dismantled his Khokha where he was earning his bread and butter and they did not bother to see his allotment for the same made by the State Government, he added.
This man has become totally idle as the Khokha which was his lone source of earning has been dismantled by the authorities, he said, adding in case the Government failed to restore his Khokha to him and pay compensation for the loss the VHP will be forced to come to streets.
Dr Singh said the issue was raised with Divisional Commissioner, Jammu by VHP leaders and they sought his immediate intervention to settle the issue.