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4 prominent J&K women have done us proud: Soz
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SRINAGAR, Apr 14: Former union minister Prof Saif-u-Din Soz today said four prominent women of Jammu and Kashmir, Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal, Nidhi Razdan, Deepika S Rajawat and Shehla Rashid have made the people of state proud.

In a statement he said, “While the battle for seeking adequate punishment for the marauders who committed an undescribable heinous crime against an 8-year old child-Asifa continues, I pay a tribute to 4-member J&K Women Brigade for truth and justice- Nidhi Razdan, Anuradha Bhasin, Advocate Deepika S Rajawat (belonging to a Pandit family of Kupwara), Shehla Rashid of JNU, who have successfully and heroically invited the attention of the Indian nation to the heinous crime against an 8 year child.”

He added that the message of these brave J&K Women has also travelled beyond the boundaries of India. “The prestigious newspapers like The New York Times have not only carried full story of the most abominable and undescribable crime against a beautiful 8-year child, but carried out denunciations of this crime regularly.”

Soz stated that tennis star Sania Mirza has been threatened by certain intolerant extremists Geeta Jola, Rakesh Kumar and Pank Chaudhary to go to Pakistan or China as she had tweeted New York Times reference to this extremely heinous crime.

“I have a feeling that the battle for severe punishment to the barbarians of Kathua and for non-recurrence of such heinous crimes in future, has only begun. I would urge the Honourable women Brigade to lodge a protest in the Supreme Court of India against leaders of the Hindu Ekta Manch and the leaders of so- called Bar Association of Jammu, who carried a tricolour and tried to thwart the Crime Branch to register the FIR.”

The team of the Crime Branch under SSP Ramesh Kumar Jalla has done a commendable job and the team deserves greetings of the people, he added.


News Updated at : Sunday, April 15, 2018
 
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