Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Fwd: What happened in RAMBAN in J&K. Why Amarnath yatra halted..?

What happened in RAMBAN in J&K.
Why Amarnath yatra halted. (Now it is started)
What Govt.of J&K is doing.
Please read this Article

Ramban : First bullet came from behind the mob, says injured BSF guard

July 22, 2013 

Ashadh Pournima, Kaliyug Varsha 5115

Ramban : A BSF guard, who sustained serious injury in his stomach during a clash with protesters at Ramban on Thursday, has claimed that the first bullet was fired from behind the nearly 1,000-strong mob, which hit him.

He was airlifted from COB Dharam on the morning of July 18 and hospitalised in the intensive care unit of the Government Medical College and Hospital. Ram Hari, 30, who belongs to Ferozabad in UP, said, "The mob threw stones at our camp and some anti-social elements among them also opened fire, forcing us to hide inside the camp. They even entered the camp." He said after unseemly fracas with a man on the night of July 17 with a BSF patrol, a strong mob had descended on COB Dharam at 6.30 am on July 18. "They ransacked our post, torched vehicles and threw stones. They had encircled the entire camp. The first bullet had come from the mob that hit me in the stomach," he said. "I was told that the mob did not even allow the ambulance to take me to hospital. Had I not been airlifted to Jammu, I would have died," he said. BSF, Jammu Frontier, IG, Rajeev Krishna, said the BSF and the police acted in self-defence.

Source : The Tribune

Ramban : Omar to give Rs. 5 lakhs & job to kins of killed fanatics, Amarnath Yatra still halted

July 20, 2013

Today Kashmir is a part of Bharat, only because of the work done by the Indian Army and other security forces. Many anti-national fanatics are in cahoots with jihadi terrorists to try and destabilise the position of the security forces. They repeatedly spread falsehood about the security forces. This despicable attack on the BSF base was also one such tactic, to which the BSF gave a befitting reply ! O Hindus, publicly declare your support for the security forces and boost their morale ! - Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

It would not be shocking if the anti-Hindu politicians completely ban the Amarnath Yatra in future!


Kashmiri fanatics throwing stones at police

Srinagar : Amarnath yatra remained suspended for the second day today after curfew was imposed in many parts of Kashmir Valley and Ramban district on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway due to the firing incident in Gool area.

(The Congress and the fanatic filled National Conference were hoping that the Amarnath Yatra gets cancelled. The firing incident has been deliberately used as a means to ban the Yatra. The Government lacks political will; had this not been the case, the situation would have been brought under control in a few hours and the fanatics brought to justice. All Hindus should now put in concentrated efforts to pressurize the J&K Government to lift the ban on Amarnath Yatra ! - Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)

No fresh batch of pilgrims was allowed to proceed towards Kashmir from the base camp in Jammu, official sources said.

An official spokesman last night said the decision to suspend the yatra was taken as a precautionary measure.

"Due to the prevailing situation, and the restrictions imposed in the parts of the state, the Amarnath yatra shall remain suspended,"  the spokesman said.

Over 2.50 lakh pilgrims have participated in this year's yatra to perform the darshan of the naturally-formed ice lingam at Amarnath cave in south Kashmir Himalayas.

Ramban firing victims' kin to get Rs 5 lakh, job

Srinagar : The Jammu and Kashmir government Friday announced Rs five lakh ex-gratia relief to the next of kin of the four persons killed in the BSF firing in Gool area of Ramban district. (How J&K government can give taxpayers' money and govt job to the families of anti-national fanatics who were killed while attacking the Security Forces ? Such anti-national rulers will not be there in Hindu Rashtra, hence let's establish Hindu Rashtra at the earliest ! - Editor)

The relief was sanctioned at a Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah here.

The meeting also ordered appointment of one member from each bereaved family in government service on compassionate grounds, an official spokesman said.

"The cabinet extended ex-gratia of Rs five lakh each to the next of kin of those killed in the firing incident. It further ordered that government job will be provided to a family member of those killed in the incident," the spokesman said.

"The state Cabinet condemned the excessive use of force in Gool area of Ramban district and extended condolences to the bereaved families and sympathies with those injured in the firing incident," the spokesman added. (Even though BSf has said that they would have been killed by fanatic attackers if they hadn't fired bullets, still Union Home Minister and J&K government are extending condolences to the families of anti-national fanatics who attacked national security forces. To remove such anti-national rulers, establishment of Hindu Rashtra has become need of the hour ! - Editor)

Source : NDTV and Kashmir Reader

Ramban : J&K tense over BSF firing on fanatics, Amarnath Yatra halted

July 19, 2013

Ramban (Jammu) : Ramban in Jammu division remained tense and under curfew on Friday, a day after four persons were killed in alleged firing by the Border Security Force (BSF).  

The killings in Gool area of Ramban district, around 200 km from Jammu city, also cast a shadow over the Amarnath Yatra, which was suspended amid the threat of protests.

Tension also gripped Srinagar and other major towns in south and north Kashmir, where curfew was clamped early in the morning to prevent protests over the death of civilians who were protesting alleged high-handedness of BSF personnel.

Religious groups and separatists had called for protests across the valley after Friday prayers.

A heavy contingent of the police and the Central Reserve Police Force erected barricades across Srinagar in a pre-dawn operation. Spools of concertina wires were unrolled in parts of the old city to restrict the movement of vehicles.

There were reports of security forces chasing away people in sensitive parts of the old city in Nowhatta, Rajouri Kadal and Saraf Kadal areas.

There are different versions of what led to the firing in Ramban.  

According to locals in Ramban, protests erupted because BSF personnel had roughed up a religious leader's brother on Wednesday night following an argument over offering late-night prayers during Ramzan.

A policeman removing a burning tyre during a protest

The BSF dismissed the allegation, saying a mob had attacked its camp, indulged in firing and tried to storm their storehouse of arms and ammunition around 6.30am on Thursday.  

Inspector General of BSF Jammu Frontier Rajeev Krishna said a picket of troops of 76 Battalion of BSF had intercepted a person moving in suspicious circumstances at a check-point around 10pm on Wednesday.

He refused to give details about his presence. The BSF team let him go and informed the police, the IG said. As the police were investigating the matter on Thursday morning, a mob of 700-800 people attacked the BSF post with stones injuring one constable, Krishna added.

"Keeping in view the threat to the arms and ammunitions, steps were taken with maximum restraint by the security forces."

 Asked if the deaths were due to BSF firing, Krishna said, "BSF and police officials and officers were on the spot. It is difficult to say in whose firing the casualties were caused."

Union home minister Sushilkumar Shinde has ordered an inquiry into the firing and assured that "any use of excessive force or irresponsible action shall be dealt with strictly".

Chief minister Omar Abdullah has termed the killings "unacceptable" and also ordered a magisterial enquiry to determine the exact sequence of events. (Has Omar Abdullah ever mourned over the genocide and exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir valley by Jihadi terrorists and extremists ! - Editor)

"It is unfortunate that in spite of costly lessons learnt in 2008 and 2010, some amongst us are determined to repeat past mistakes and use force against unarmed protesters. Such incidents risk throwing the entire peaceful atmosphere in jeopardy," he said. (Mr. Abdullah, protesters were not unarmed. First they pelted stones on BSF jawans and camp and they also tried to storm the arms and ammunition part of BSF camp. As per report in Dainik Jagran, 2 jawans were injured due to firing by the mob of fanatics. Only in India, can we have such an irresponsible Chief Minister who doesn't even confirm facts before making any statement ! - Editor)

State home minister Sajad Ahmad Kichloo, local legislator Ajaz Khan and senior National Conference leader Abdul Gani Malik stayed in Gool area on Thursday night and tried to placate the enraged locals and convince them to bury the dead peacefully.

The local deputy commissioner has already been transferred.

Meanwhile, the authorities restored internet services in the valley late on Friday, six hours after it was suspended. Following the Ramban firing, authorities had suspended internet services on mobile phones and dongle appliances in the valley, while internet speed on broadband facilities were reduced to prevent the spread of rumours.

The Kashmir University has postponed all examinations scheduled for Friday.

Source : Hindustan Times

Kashmiri fanatics attacks BSF camp in Ramban, 7 killed

July 18, 2013
Policemen clash with protestors during protest in Srinagar on Thursday 18, July 2013 
Policemen clash with protestors during protest in Srinagar on Thursday 18, July 2013
Ramban (Jammu) : Seven people were killed and several others, including security personnel, injured in stone-pelting and the resultant firing today when a mob attacked a BSF camp in Ramban district over alleged high-handedness by a patrolling party.

The patrolling party of BSF deployed for the security of the (railway) project intercepted a youth roaming under suspicious circumstances in the Daram belt of Gool tehsil at around 1 A.M. today, Minister of State for Home, Sajjad Ahmed Kitchloo said here.

People protesting against BSF Personnel in Jammu and Kashmir's Ramban District 
People protesting against BSF Personnel in Jammu and Kashmir's Ramban District

The youth, identified as one Shabir, was questioned about his presence in the area and may have been beaten up by the security personnel, Kitchloo said.

The disturbance was fuelled by statements from a moulvi of a local madrasa who denounced the action of the security personnel as having been sacrilegious, thereby allegedly inciting the people, Kitchloo said.

Source : The Hindu and Hindustan Times

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