Sukesh C. Khajuria calls for transparency on anti-national activities in J&K over the past 70 Years
Jammu, Dec 17
In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision on affirmation of the central government’s decision to revoke Article 370 in J&K, transforming it into a union territory, senior social activist Sukesh C. Khajuria has urged the government to publish a comprehensive white paper exposing alleged anti-national activities by state politicians.
Khajuria asserted that while the BJP government celebrates the Article 370 abrogation, claiming it as a remedy for separatist tendencies, it has yet to identify those involved in anti-national actions. He emphasizes the need for transparency, demanding a detailed white paper outlining the activities of politicians over the past seventy years, attributing it to the misuse of public funds and the loss of innocent lives.
Stressing that mere rhetoric about nationalism is insufficient, Khajuria insists on a truth and reconciliation approach, similar to the Supreme Court’s suggestion, urging the government to unveil the truth about J&K. He emphasizes the citizen’s right to know and calls for a comprehensive expose of anti-national activities and corruption by J&K leaders/ state or non-state actors.
Apart from his involvement in social causes, including advocacy for victims of unchecked spurious cough syrup in J&K and other northern states, Sukesh C. Khajuria is actively pursuing legal action against former J&K Chief Minister and Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha Dr. Farooq Abdullah for alleged seditious speeches, seeking constitutional accountability.