Bhopal, July 2 (UNI) Accusing the Jammu and Kashmir government of hatching a ''conspiracy'' to disturb peace not just in the Valley but the entire country by revoking land allotment to the Sri Amarnath Shrine Board, BJP Madhya Pradesh unit president Narendra Singh Tomar today appealed to make tomorrow's general strike, to protest the decision a success in the state.
In a statement here, Mr Tomar demanded forthwith withdrawal of the revocation. He alleged that the Jammu and Kashmir Governor directed cancellation of the state government's decision after receiving the Centre's signal and added that the Manmohan Singh regime was equally responsible.
Mr Tomar said that the way the Congress ''surrendered'' -- before ''anti-national forces'' and terrorists -- dealt a body blow to democracy. The ''communal face'' of the Congress was exposed first by the Ram Sethu issue and now the land allotment issue.
Meanwhile, elaborate security arrangements are in place here in view of tomorrow's 'Bharat bandh' called by the BJP, Vishva Hindu Parishad and Sangh Parivar constituents.
''Besides four companies of paramilitary forces, adequate number of police will be deployed at strategic points in the city to maintain law and order,'' said Superintendent of Police Jaideep Prasad.
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