Valley industrialists to boycott Ganga till his dismissal

JK News Today

Srinagar, April 21: Valley industrialists Friday backed the decision of Federation of Chambers of Industries Kashmir (FCIK) to boycott Industries and Commerce Minister Chander Prakash Ganga for his disgusting and provocative remarks against protesting youngsters of the Valley and have demanded his removal from the cabinet.

A sit-in protest was organised in industrial estate Baghi Ali Mardan Khan by Kashmir Small Scale Industries Association (KSSIA) under the leadership of President Syed Fazal Illahi.

The sit-in was participated by the entrepreneurs and workers of the estate which, besides the president, was also addressed by senior members Meraj ud Din Qureshi, Ghulam Mohammad Hassan, Gh. Mohi-ud-Din and others.

The speakers demanded immediate dismissal of Ganga from the cabinet besides initiating legal prosecution against him. They supported the call of FCIK to boycott all meetings and functions of the minister and decided that his entry in their industrial units will be outrightly debarred.

“His street language and rude behaviour is deplorable and unbecoming of a minister”, said the speakers, adding that such a person does not even deserve to be a Member of Legislative Assembly.

The speakers asked the Sangh Pracharak Ganga whether he or his kinfolk would have pelted stones at the government forces if he received bullet ridden or maimed body of his innocent son. The minister being a part of the government should introspect instead of issuing reckless dictates.

The protest meetings against the derogatory remarks of the minister were also held at industrial estates of Sopore, Khunmoh, Sanat Nagar, Zakura, Ganderbal, Rangreth, Baramullah, Zainakote and other places demanding sacking of the minister.

The associations backed the programme of FCIK to boycott the minister in totality, exposing his bizarre and anti-Kashmir conduct, and communal nature of his working.

The associations have appealed FCIK to gear up and launch a conclusive battle against the minister till his ouster.

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