PIL regarding withdrawal of security cover provided to Separatists


JAMMU, JULY 22: In a Public Interest Litigation filed by Deewakar Sharma seeking withdrawal the security cover provided to the Separatists as well as Hurriyat Leader and other persons who are indulging in anti-national activities against the national interest in the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
A Division Bench of State High Court Comprising Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur and Justice Sindhu Sharma today after hearing Adv Lawanaya Sharma for the PIL, directed state to file response within six weeks.
In the PIL it has been submitted that since the onslaught of the phase of militancy in Kashmir from 1990, there had been a war like situation in the State of Jammu and Kashmir, which has been aided and instigated by the forces inimical to the country sitting across the Border and their agents who are sitting inside the country especially in Kashmir Valley and in order to maintain the security of the State as also the law and order problem, appropriate action is required to be taken against such persons who are propagating separatism of the State from the Union and who are also instrumental in the propagation of communal hatred leading to mass migration of Kashmiri Pandit community from Kashmir. However, surprisingly instead of taking stern action against such persons, the respondents are spending huge expenses in providing security cover, boarding/ lodging, medical facilities and even food to such separatists and pro-militant elements particularly in Kashmir Valley and the amount so spent by the Government is from the public exchequer which is collected through taxes being paid by the common man, therefore, it is baffling for a common man to understand as to how the taxes being paid by him through hard earned money is used for providing security cover, boarding, lodging and medi-care to the persons who are threatening the very unity and integrity of the country as also the life of a common man.

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