Hindu extremist organisation RSS workers march in Jammu threatening Muslims

Hindu extremist organisation RSS workers march in Jammu threatening Muslims
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ISLAMABAD (APP):The workers of extremist Hindu organization, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), in occupied Kashmir, took out a rally in Kishtwar town of Jammu region, causing worry for the Muslim population.

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According to Kashmir Media Service, Wearing white shirts and khaki trousers, the workers marched through the town while singing songs.

Escorted by Indian police and paramilitary personnel, the workers marched from Vidya Mandir School to old DC office Kishtwar.

Local Muslims see the rally as a move to incite passions in the Kishtwar where curfew was imposed at the end of last month after clashes erupted over the arrest of three Imams.

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Meanwhile, the Jamaat-e-Islami of the occupied territory in a statement issued in Srinagar strongly condemned the rallies carried out by the RSS in Doda and Kishtwar. It said that the moves were part of a well-planned conspiracy to incite communal discord in Jammu region. It said that the pro-India PDP for the lust of chair had sold everything before RSS , BJP and other communal parties who were waiting for a time to massacre Muslim populace in the region.

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