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JAMMU: Kashmiri Pandit Conference (KPC) has expressed concern over surge in COVID-19 cases and deaths in J&K, Delhi and other places and demanded more rigorous steps by the Center and UT Govts to deal with the emerging situation with special focus to safeguard poor and destitute people. Kundan Kashmiri and Tej Pandita castigated Kashmiri leaders, including Dr Farooq Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti and others, for demanding cancellation of recent termination orders of three Govt. employees, who were indulged in pro-terror and anti-national activities. President KPC questioned these Kashmir centric leaders over their irrelevant and illogical demands and termed the action of LG administration appropriate in order to wipe-out anti-nationals from system. KPC Chief urged LG to initiate action against all those who oppose the tough stand of Government against terror-friendly employees besides holding a probe to find out such more elements involved in anti-national activities. Others present were M K Raina, Dr H L Saraf, Susheel Ji Bhat and R L Raina.
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