Jammu, Jun 30 (UNI) Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) chairman Professor Bhim Singh today demanded an immediate dissolution of Azad-led coalition government to solve the issue of transfer of land to Shri Amarnath Shrine Board (SASB).
''We urge the Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vohra to dismiss the minority government headed by the Chief Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad,'' Prof Singh said.
He asserted that a judicial enquiry should also be ordered against the ministers, who have tried to ignite communal efforts and tension in the name of SASB thus damaging the secular image of Kashmiris.
''Governor Rule should be imposed in Jammu and Kashmir in the interest of the security of state and nation,'' the JKNPP chairman said at a press conference here this evening.
He disclosed that the Panther Party working committee shall sit on one-day hunger strike tomorrow in front of Raj Bhawan in support of their demands, including the dismissal of the government.
The saffron parties were demanding the removal of Governor N N Vohra but his dismissal would strengthen Congress and Peoples Democratic Party, who were playing cards of politics in the name of Shrine Board, Prof Singh alleged.
Chairman of JKNPP asserted that when PDP by all means failed to woo the Kashmiris despite bringing its agendas into fore, they have created Hindu-Muslim divide by burning the issue of transfer of land and added,''This is a joint strategy of both Congress and PDP, who are exploiting 'Kashmiriyat' since 60 years.'' The Panthers' leader said nowhere in the order of transfer of land to SASB it has been mentioned about the construction of concrete structures.
''The order said the land will only be used for raising pre-fabricated structures for camping purposes of pilgrims at Baltal and the property status of forest land shall remain unchanged,'' Prof Singh added.
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