Jammu: Police fires on those who chant ‘Bam Bam Bhole’ and ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’

published on August 5, 2008

By Rahul Khajuria, Jammu 

Kashmir centric administration of J&K under command of N.N. Vohra is behaving in a manner which might put East India Company to shame. Administration and police is behaving in a very high handed manner with no regards to the laws of this country. Govt. is trying to muzzle media by beating up media persons and breaking their cameras.

Police also ransacked the offices the two local news channels and burnt the printing presses of two local news papers. Govt. blanked out all the T.V channels on cable and not just the two local news channels as was reported by National media (cable service in now back).

SMS services were also suspended and mobile service too is working only intermittently. Worst affected are pre-paid subscribers. Governor NN Vohra is adopting terror tactics at behest of UPA. His administration is committing blatant atrocities on people of Jammu. All fundamental rights of Jammu people have been suspended in this undeclared emergency. Police is barging inside people’s houses and summarily beating up people, including women and children.

Thousands of people have been arrested by police and hundreds more are in hospitals as a result of brutal police action. Police is firing on people, who are waving Indian flags amidst chants of ‘Bam Bam Bhole’ and ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’. While firing, police is aiming for heads of the protesters. All the people who have been martyred or injured have suffered bullet wounds in head, face, neck and chest area.

Till now I had only heard or read how the British police behaved in India, now I can see it before my eyes.


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