Jammu, April 7: A press conference was convened at Chamber House today (7 April 2017) keeping in view the growing threat perception from the Bangladeshis and Rohingyas whom the Chamber looks upon as Criminals and Drug traffickers disowned by their own country.
The Chamber of Commerce & Industry was the first to demand their deportation from the State of J&K as the Chamber is committed to protect the interests of the people at large in the State as a part of social corporate responsibility. It may not be out of place to mention that neither the Government of Jammu & Kashmir is signatory to any United Nation’s treaty nor Article 370 that allows illegal Foreign settlers for any permanent settlement in the State.
The Chamber surely is aware that the district administration has initiated process to identify such settlers and the Union Government has asked details about these settlers from the state, but the Chamber feels it is not enough till these foreigners are deported from the State of J&K.
Chamber President Sh. Rakesh Gupta warned the State and the Union Government that such settlers should be deported within one month and the people on whose land these foreigners have settled be booked under PSA otherwise Chamber shall have no option but to launch “Identify and Kill Movement” against such Criminals. The Chamber feels that it shall be no offence to deal with such Criminals / Drug Traffickers who have illegally crossed into the State of J&K and it is high time that the people at large should also shoulder and share responsibility of the security forces and deal with them as the situation demands.
The other Office Bearers present in the Press Conference include Sh. Rajesh Gupta, Sr. Vice President, Sh. Rajiv Gupta, Jr. Vice President, Sh. Manish Gupta, Secretary General, Sh. Gaurav Gupta, Secretary and Sh. Ashu Gupta, Treasurer.