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We are feeling insecure here, several flats damaged: Sec Employees

Authorities didn’t provide security to colonies despite our requests: Mir


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Jammu, Feb 15 (KNS): Civil Secretariat Employees Union president Ghulam Rasool Mir raised serious concerns over the safety of employees in Jammu following the attempts by fringe elements to destabilize communal harmony.
Talking to Kashmir News Service (KNS), Mir said that several vehicles of Kashmiri employees have been damaged and these people are trying to enter into the colonies where we are living.
He said in case the security is not provided, all the employees have been asked to leave by tomorrow given the atmosphere of hatred against Kashmiri Muslims in Jammu.
He said some people damaged window panes of several houses where Kashmiris are living.
“Our families are feeling insecure. We can’t live in this situation where our lives are at risk,” said the Secretariat Employees Union President.
He said the Governor administration has completely failed to provide them security. (KNS) 


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