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Tuesday, 09 August 2022 04:37 GMT

BJP Minority Leader Served Notice Over Party's 'Link' With Militant


(MENAFN- Kashmir Observer)




Jammu- Facing flak over its alleged link with arrested LeT militant Talib Hussain Shah, the BJP on Tuesday issued a show-cause notice to party's Jammu Minority Morcha president Sheikh Bashir after an order purportedly written by him about the appointment of Shah as official of the unit emerged on social media platforms.

On Monday, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant Talib Hussain Shah was briefly associated with a political party and also posed himself as a mediaperson.

A political slugfest erupted between the BJP and the opposition in the Union territory after Shah, overpowered by locals and handed over to the police, was reported to be an active member of the saffron party who was recently selected as its IT and social media cell in-charge of the Minority Morcha in the Jammu province.

J&K BJP disciplinary committee chairman Sunil Sethi served the notice to Bashir, based upon a letter being circulated in the media, which indicates that you had appointed one Talib Hussain as an official of Minority Morcha, who has been found involved in militant activities”.

“You (Sheikh) are directed to explain your position on the above issue within 48 hours. Please clarify whether you have issued an order in favour of a person (Talib Hussain Shah), who is not even a primary member of the party as per official records and without checking credentials of the person, Sethi said.

Raina Seeks NIA Probe

Meanwhile the BJP on Tuesday alleged a conspiracy by militant outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) against the party and its leaders, and demanded a probe by the National Investigation Agency into the recent arrest of a militant.

The demand was made after a top militant named Talib Hussain Shah, who was nabbed in Reasi in Jammu and Kashmir, was reported to have connections with the Bharatiya Janata Party.

“LeT terrorist Talib Hussain Shah was briefly associated with a political party and also posed himself as a mediaperson,” Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said Monday.

“As it is a serious matter, BJP is urging J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha that probe into all aspects of this case should be conducted by NIA to uncover this new terror plan (against BJP and its leaders). They must uncover as to how many more Talibs (militants) are part of this conspiracy and linked with the terror outfit,” J&K BJP chief Ravinder Raina said.

He said that probe should be held against the terrorist to know about wider terror conspiracy, people involved and links with other such elements.

“We want a full probe into people behind the conspiracy, their links and their targets in BJP. We want to know who are from BJP were his targets”, he said.

Raina said that Hussain have clearly tried to target BJP headquarter in Jammu and its top leaders, adding,“The time is to probe it deeply. All persons linked should be arrested.

Ruling out any official relation between the political party and LeT terrorist, Raina said,“Talib Hussian Shah and his other associates were coming to the BJP office to cover press conferences regularly. He was also attending party rallies as a journalist.”

He said that it was a new terror plan of the Pakistan-based LeT to set up a module to target BJP and its leaders by planting a terrorist as journalist to carry out recce of its office and track the leaders.

Jammu and Kashmir Congress, which is on the war path against BJP, too, has demanded a high level probe into the case.

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