Jammu & Kashmir

Basit remembers late DSP Ayub Pandit on 6th martyrydom anniversary

Basit calls for end to Pakistan's nefarious activities in J&K
Basit remembers late DSP Ayub Pandit on 6th martyrydom anniversary

Calls for the perpetrators to be brought to justice. Basit Hayat Zargar*

SRINAGAR: On June 22, 2017 Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Mohammad Ayub Pandit was lynched to death by a mob in the Jamia Masjid area of Srinagar. The incident sent shockwaves across the country and highlighted the deep-rooted problem of mob violence in the valley

Basit Hayat Zargar, a Young politician *( BJP Leader )* and Columnist from Jammu and Kashmir, slammed Pakistan-sponsored terrorists for organising the violent incident that led to the death of the brave police officer.

Zargar said, “Remembering DSP Mohammad Ayub Pandit who was martyred in a mob lynching incident orchestrated by Pak terror elements on this day. Let us pledge to fight against terrorism and stand with our Govt. And security forces who are working tirelessly to maintain peace and order in the valley.” with people from all walks of life expressing their solidarity with Zargar’s message.

Basit Hayat Zargar is known for his outspoken views on issues related to national security, human rights, and social justice. Zargar has been a vocal critic of Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and has called for a strong response from the Indian government to tackle the menace of cross-border terrorism.

Zargar’s message on the 6th anniversary of DSP Pandit’s death is a clear indictment of the Pakistan establishment’s role in fomenting violence and instability in the valley. Pakistan has always denied its involvement in supporting terrorist groups in Jammu and Kashmir, but the overwhelming evidence suggests otherwise. The country has been accused of providing safe havens and financial support to terror groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, which have been responsible for numerous attacks on Indian security forces and civilians in the valley.

The lynching of DSP Pandit was a grim reminder of the dangerous consequences of such terrorist activities. Pandit was a well-respected police officer who had dedicated his life to serving the people of Jammu and Kashmir. His death shocked the entire nation and sparked a wave of condemnation from all quarters. The incident also highlighted the need for a concerted effort to counter the narrative of hate and violence that is being spread by Pakistan-sponsored terror groups in the valley.

Zargar’s message is a call to action for all Indians to unite against the scourge of terrorism. It is a reminder that the fight against terrorism is not just the responsibility of the security forces but also of every citizen of the country. We all have a role to play in promoting peace, harmony, and mutual respect in our society. We must stand together to defeat the forces of hate and violence that are threatening our way of life.

Zargar Said, As we remember DSP Pandit on the 6th Martyrdom anniversary. let us also pledge to work towards a better future for Jammu and Kashmir. Let us work towards a future where peace and prosperity prevail, and where the voices of reason and sanity triumph over those of hate and violence. It is only by working together that we can achieve this noble goal.

In conclusion, Basit Hayat Zargar’s message on the 6th Martyrdom anniversary of DSP Pandit’s death is a powerful reminder of the need to stand up against terrorism and Anti National Elements. He Added.


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Basit remembers late DSP Ayub Pandit on 6th martyrydom anniversary