Jammu: Hindu nationalist party, Shiv Sena on Thursday expressed ‘deep concern’ over the increasing number of population of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis in Jammu and asked them to leave Jammu without any delay.
While talking to media persons at Jammu, State President of Shiv Sena Dimpy Kohli and other party leaders made an appeal to people of Jammu especially Hindus to “wake up” and “unite” to “save [the] history, culture and identity of Dogras”. Hundreds of refugees from Myanmar have set up habitations in Jammu district. The issue was raked up by several BJP legislators during recent budget session of the assembly.
Dimpy demanded the departure of the “threatening” presence of refugees and migrants (“Rohingyas, Bangladeshis) who have made Jammu their temporary home.