Friday, January 20, 2012

Demonstration held at Samba against Raj Daluja

Students, scholars of Languages Department of University of Jammu, today demanded action against State Times owner, Raj Daluja for allegedly misusing the press against the integrity of varsity.

They held a protest demonstration against Raj Daluja for allegedly running liquor shops without NOC and grabbing land at various places in and around the city areas, besides his involvement in the fake Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC) which, he got by tampering the revenue records.

Copies of State Times were also burnt. Speaking on the occasion, senior Research Scholar, Ajaz Shah said that the newspaper was misusing the power of press. He further said the students would never tolerate mud slinging against student leaders and professors.

"If Government fails to take any timely action against the offender, we would be forced to come on roads", he added.

"It is a sheer violation of media laws and Daluja should never undermine the power of students and an institution like university", he maintained.

He added "they have written enough scrap about our professors like Prof Shohab Inayat Malik, HoD Urdu Department and other professors which could never be tolerated at any cost".

Another Research Scholar Mushtaq alleged that by spitting venom against the eminent student leaders including Varinder Chib and Vikas Sharma, State Times was attacking the integrity of JU.

Sunil Kumar asked the District Magistrate to order custody of State Times Printing Press and Publication House as the same is running on the fake State Subject which Raj Daluja has obtained by tampering the documents.

He added that Raj Daluja was using the name of State Times newspaper only to shield his assets which he made through illegal means.

"Daluja is running illegal liquor shops, bars and restaurant but none from the side of Government dares to touch him", he added.

Suresh Kumar, Uday Singh, Tariq Ahmed, Riyaz Ahmad, Mushtaq, Vakil Singh, Ashiq Choudhary, Nazrat Hussain, Khaleel Ahmad, Rajesh Kumar, Jagmohan Singh, Abhimanyu and Zaheer Ahmad were also present.

Meanwhile, a meeting of Jammu Kashmir Uthaan Manch (JKUM) was also held in Samba regarding the defaming of JU's Vice-Chancellor office, university professors and NSF president.

Secretary JKUM, Rahul Dev said State Times was personally hitting the student leaders, chancellor's office and professors.

He also criticized the Government for its failure in not taking action against the owner of newspaper, Raj Daluja and demanded a thorough probe into the matter.

He added that Raj Daluja was playing with the future of nation by opening liquor shops near colleges and university.

JKUM demanded strict action against Raj Daluja and warned that the cadre will launch full fledge agitation against State Government for ignoring the violations of Article 370 by Raj Daluja and his family.

They further said Raj Daluja must be arrested and thrown behind the bars at the earliest.

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