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Sunjwan Army camp attack: BJP trains gun on Rohingya, Bangladeshi immigrants

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    Soon after the attack on Sunjwan Army cam attack on Saturday, the state BJP leaders raised the issue of alleged threats posed by Rohingyas and Bangladeshi immigrants living Jammu.

    Security personnel takes positions during a militants attack Sunjuwan Army camp in Jammu on Saturday. PTI Photo

    On Sunjwan attack, BJP MLC Vikram Randhawa, said, " I have been raising the issue of Bangladeshis and Rohingyas living in surrounding areas of Jammu, illegally. They are increasing, if not stopped they'll act as militant organizations' shelter and this may also be connected to them, the investigation must be done."

    Jammu and Kashmir Assembly Speaker Kavinder Gupta said he has received complaints against the immigrants.

    He told ANI, "I live in that constituency, complaints have come from there and in a way govt also accepts that number of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis is increasing & that they are a security threat."

    "I watched a live video, one can see Army area from rooftops there (where Rohingyas & Bangladeshis live), there is drug mafia running in those areas. For money, some people have given them space to stay.Govt must take note of this," Kavinder Gupta added.

    Two Army personnel have been martyred in the terror attack at an Army Camp in Sunjwan, Jammu and Kashmir. The personnel have been identified as JCO M Ashraf Mir and Madan Lal. Four persons who were injured in the attack have been shifted to the Military hospital in Jammu.

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