Rashtriya Bajrang Dal activists stage protest against Rohingyas in Jammu; demand they be ‘driven out’



jammu news, rohingya in jammu
Bajrang Dal activists stage protest in Jammu. Photograph by Jammu links News

Activists of Bajrang Dal in Monday staged protest against Rohingya immigrants living in Jammu and demanded that they be ‘driven out’.

According to reports the protesters assembled and raised slogans against Rohingya and Bangladeshi immigrants, outside Rajbhavan.

Rakesh Bajrangi, state president BD, said that time and again the issue has been raised but successive governments have failed to drive out the immigrants.

“We have assembled outside Governor House to wake him up to take action,” Rakesh said.

He threatened Governor led administration of directors consequences in the region if Rohingya and Bangladeshi immigrants are not asked to leave the state.

” We are going to launch an agitation to drive them out, consequences of which will all be upon the government,” Rakesh said.

Activists of right-wing group RBD, last Sunday had given state a week’s ultimatum to deport them.

The protesters wielded trident while raising slogans.(KNO)


Kashmir needs independent journalism…

…now, more than ever to give a voice to the voiceless. The press in Kashmir has operated under tremendous pressures of reporting from a conflict zone but since August 2019 we find ourselves in unchartered territory. The Kashmir Walla is among the oldest independent media outlets in Kashmir and has withstood successive lockdowns as well as attempts to suppress us, fighting back with authoritative ground reports based on facts.

We believe in making the powers that be accountable to their actions but to also hold the mirror to the society. We believe in covering all sides of the story and that empowerment in essence means the ability to make informed decisions. As such we have not allowed our journalism to be influenced by the pressures.

Despite the new and still unknown pressures, we are all the more committed to keep informing you of events and stories that matter. Our recent coverage of events has brought us an increased readership. However, the coronavirus pandemic and resultant economic crisis has affected our operational capabilities. We are facing an existential threat but only your support can help us withstand this and maintain our editorial independence.

We need your solidarity to keep our journalism going. Your contribution will empower us to keep you informed on stories that matter from Kashmir. Show your solidarity by joining our members community. Kashmir thanks you.