Jammu, Sep 5 (UNI) The Shri Amarnath Yatra Sangharsh Samiti (SAYSS) today warned the Jammu and Kashmir government of reviving its agitation if the demands of the agreement, signed on August 31 after 63-day-long agitation between the Samiti and the government, is not met at the earliest.
''Despite assurances from the Governor's panel regarding all cases, including withdrawal of Public Safety Act (PSA) and reviewing of very cases by a high level committee headed by Principal Secretary (Home), nothing in this context has been done till now,'' Leela Karan Sharma, convenor SAYSS said at a press conference here.
Mr Sharma alleged that the government has not taken any serious effort to activate this committee promised in the agreement and added, ''the administration also has failed to take action against Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Samba Parbhat Singh and against Deputy Superintendent of Police M L Kaith, who was involved in desecration of body of martyr Kuldeep Verma.'' The Samiti, however, also added that the administration has been falsely implicating some employees for their involvement in the Jammu stir instead of taking action against the culprits whose involvements have been already established in communal riots in Kishtwar and Poonch districts, to appease fundamentalist and separatist forces.
''The 63-day-long agitation has been suspended following the agreement but if the government continued to backtrack from the agreement, suspended agitation may be revived again,'' asserted the Samiti leader.
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