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  • Demands 10 lakh compensation, martyr status for corss-border fire victim

JAMMU:  Shri Ram Sena (SRS) on Tuesday termed Pakistan's ceasefire violations during the holy month of Ramzan despite State Chief Minister’s passionate appeal to Pakistan to halt the same during this pious month as an ample proof of its being a terrorist country. But strangely Kashmiri leadership is yet not ready to accept this hard reality despite viewing the destruction by Pakistan in Kashmir over the years turning the paradise on earth into a living hell.

Addressing a press conference in Jammu today, Shri Ram Sena State President, Rajiv Mahajan said that failure on part of Pakistan to respect the sanctity of fasting month of Ramzan which has a great religious significance in Islam shows that Pakistan is not an Islamic country adding that it was a terrorist country, it is a terrorist country and will remain so in future also unless it removes this tag with the steps including uprooting terror networks from its territory.

Expressing concern over the civilian casualties and damage as a result of Pakistan firing, Mahajan said, there can be no compensation for the loss of a human life, but, nevertheless, in its humble way, the Government must provide at least Rs 10 lakh to families of all those whose members have been martyred in ceasefire violations by Pakistan.

He also demanded Rs 2 lakh for single cattle loss and also a govt job to the family of deceased in ceasefire violations.  Mahajan expressed hope that State Govt will have no difficulty in doing so as when govt can pay 6 lakh to terrorist for surrender, nationalists and patriot’s border people deserves much more than this. Mahajan further demanded martyr status for border people getting killed in Pak ceasefire violations as time and again they have shown unparallel courage, fortitude and resilience in the face of challenges arising because of consistent ceasefire violations.

It is the civilian population that has to face all the troubles including the threat to life, he added. Mahajan also reminded all those who advocate dialogue with Pakistan that this is not time for discussion as the result of past discussions is in front of all of us and any more leniency on part of India vis-a vis Pakistan may turn fatal as once a liar is always a liar and Pakistan is not ready to mend its ways, Mahajan maintained.