Jammu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) has called for Bandh (shutdown) on Friday in protest of the cowardly attack of Pakistan supported terrorists, in which 42 CRPF soldiers were martyred on Thursday. Protests were erupted across Jammu and the rest of India against this ghastly attack on our braves CRPF soldiers since, yesterday.
Many social and religious institutions have extended their support the Bandh call of JCCI. The Jammu University has also postponed the exams scheduled to be held on Friday. Police has called off the ‘Police fair’ that was scheduled for February 17. J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu, in an emergent decision suspended work in all the courts in Jammu, including the High Court and the tribunals, in protest of "the dastardly acts of frustrated terrorists" in Pulwama, Kashmir.
- The entire nation is condemning the attack on our braves.
- Religious and social institutions, traders body, transporters across Jammu have supported the Bandh call.
- Jammu University has postponed the exams scheduled to be held on Friday.
- Police has called off the ‘Police fair’ that was scheduled for February 17.
- J&K High Court Bar Association, Jammu has supported the Bandh.
Entire nation is standing with the families of the martyrs
The president of JCCI said that the entire nation is standing with the bereaved families of martyrs. JCCI is in talks with the transporters and the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industry to seek their support for the Bandh call. JCCI has demanded that the strongest action must be taken in this matter. Traders Federation Warehouse Nehru Market, Bajrang Dal, and VHP have also extended their support to the Bandh call. They collectively demand that people who have raised anti-India slogans in GGM College and those who have attacked the CRPF convoy must be brought to justice. Transport Welfare Association has given support to the call for Bandh, as a result, public transport will remain off the road today. Metadore, Bus, Auto rickshaw, taxi are included in this call that will remain off the road on Friday.