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BJP extends Jammu Bandh call for another 48 hours, demands sacking of MoS Home Kichloo

BJP has given a call to extend the Jammu bandh by next 48 hours demanding sacking of J&K MoS Home Sajjad Kichloo. Jammu BandhThe party also demanded compensation of Rs. 10 lakh each to the family of those killed, full compensation for the loss of properties, suspension of DIG Doda Range and SP Doda, registration of FIRs against the minister and both police officials under Section 302.

The decision to extent the bandh call by 48 hours was taken in a meeting held between the BJP leaders and heads of various Trade, Commerce, Transport, Bazars, religious and social organizations. The party was represented by its president Jugal Kishore Sharma and senior leaders Ashok Khajuria, Shamsher Singh Manhas, Kavinder Gupta and Rajesh Gupta.

The decision to extent the bandh call by 48 hours was taken in a meeting held between the BJP leaders and heads of various Trade, Commerce, Transport, religious and social organizations.

Meanwhile a high level BJP delegation today left for Kishtwar to make an on the spot assessment of the situation following yesterday’s communal riot.

The state BJP has deputed National Executive Member & former State President Dr. Nirmal Singh, National Executive Member & Chief Spokesperson Dr. Jitendra Singh, Migrant cell National Co-Convenor Chander Mohan Sharma, State General Secretary Bali Bhagat and State Secretary Munish Sharma. 

jammu-bandhAll these leaders will interact with members of civil society and also hold meetings with the local administration before returning back and submit detailed factual report on the ground situation to the party high command.

The team which left from Jammu for Kishtwar was constituted by State President Jugal Kishore Sharma and General Secretary (Org.) Ashok Koul after consultation with party central leadership.

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