Jammu: Slamming the proposed move of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah for the return and rehabilitation of youth who crossed over to Pakistan for weapon training, Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) chairman Bhim Singh on Sunday said the decision could prove highly dangerous for the security of India.

Bhim Singh said the decision also amounts to infringement of the Supreme Court order staying the Resettlement Act.

“The decision is highly dangerous for the security of India, particularly when terrorists are forced to leave Pakistan under pressure,” Singh said.

While commenting on the controversy over Dogra certificates, the JKNPP chief said, “The panchayats are competent to issue Dogra certificate and therefore Army Recruitment Boards should be obliged to honour such certificates.”

Accusing the UPA government at the Centre for the continued problems in the Valley, he said “The shortsighted policies of Union Government are responsible for the present mess in the Valley.”

“If the government holds free and fair election in the state, all organisations will participate in the process,” he added.
To prove his point, he also cited the example of the meeting that took place with the European Union Delegation.

He held the state government responsible for the police action against Ramnagar’s Bugatriya villagers and sought action against the official of Tehsil Administration.

JPN/Bureau