Kalakote People’s Forum demand’s action against miscreantsSays former legislator involved in hooliganism,...

Kalakote People’s Forum demand’s action against miscreantsSays former legislator involved in hooliganism, disturbing peace


Kalakote,February 28,2017 CNS:Kalakote People’s Forum Tuesday alleged that some people on the behest of their political leaders have been trying to disturb peace and tranquility in the Kalakote area of Rajouri district.

      The Forum President Surinder Singh Bharti in a press briefing here in Jammu alleged that Government initiatives to provide infrastructure and develop Kalakote on modern lines has frustrated the political opponents as a result they are hell-bent to disrupt the peace in the region.

    “Some miscreants are hell-bent to disturb the peace in the region on the behest of a former legislator. These people recently thrashed the close aide of the Minister for Animal Husbandray and they have already been booked by police in several criminal cases including murder of two girls and  inciting communal passion in the region. We want a thorough probe into these cases,” he said.

    He said that people from both the Muslim and Hindu communities live in harmony but the supporters of former legislator try to communalize the atmosphere. “People want development and not disturbance in the area. So it is our vehement appeal to the authorities to initiate action against anti-social elements who incite trouble in the region,” Singh according to CNS said.

     “This government completed 22 kilometer road from Siot to Kalakote after 18 year but there are several other projects on which work has stopped due to hooliganism of the supporters of former legislator,” Singh said and appealed Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to personally look into the matter and direct police to check the activities of these anti-social elements.

   Besides Surinder Singh Bharti,  Vice President Kalakot People’s Forum Haji Abdul Haq, Vikram Sharma, Lal Hussain, Captain Raj Kumar were also present during the presser. (CNS)