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JAMMU: National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) has rejected the new land laws by protesting against Bharatiya Janata Party for passing the anti Jammu and Kashmir.Led by NSUI District President Jammu Sunny Parihar, protesters lambasted the BJP for betraying the people of Jammu and Kashmir and especially the Jammu province in the daylight by introducing this black law.He added that the BJP after the abrogation of Art 370 and 35A, made promise to the natives/subjects of Jammu province that their right to land and right to job shall be protected at all costs but on real grounds there is totally against the promise.Sunny parihar briefed media that already the jobs are in danger due to lack of job security in our union territory after the introduction of new domicile by three different provisions and the youth and the residents of jammu kashmir already have such apprehensions that BJP will spoil the legacy of their Maharaja Hari Singh by allowing everyone outside the union territory to purchase land without any domicile or any permanent resident proof without taken care of the culture and legacy of our ancestors.Sunny warned BJP to stop selling the legacy of our ancestors and roll back new land policy as soon as possible otherwise there will be a mass protest by the residents of Jammu and Kashmir in future.Vishu Charak, Sourav Verma, Mohit Singh Sen, Abhay Kotwal, Yaseer Rashid , Kashif, Amir, Shivam Parihar and Kunal were also present on the occasion.
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