Leave Uttar Pradesh or face consequences: Hoardings put up for Kashmiris in Meerut

The poster reads that Kashmiris who hurl stones on the Indian Army should be boycotted

After anti-Kashmiri hoardings were spotted in Meerut, police has filed a complaint in the matter and has ordered to take down the posters.  The outfit, Uttar Pradesh Navirmansena has put up the posters asking Kashmiris to leave Uttar Pradesh by April 30 otherwise face consequences. The poster also reads that those Kashmiris who hurl stones on the Army should be boycotted.

In a report published in The Indian Express, leader of the outfit, Amit Jani said that they will hold a camp in front of the branches of Jammu and Kashmir bank in Uttar Pradesh and will urge the account holders in order to stop funding Kashmiris.

Jani said that his protest will continue for three months, “Our non-cooperation movement against Kashmiri people will also target universities, where our people will make an appeal to socially boycott them, ” he said. Stop talking to Kashmiris and in some time they will leave the state, said Jani who resides in Shiv Shakti Nagar of Meerut.

When the posters got noticed the authorities ordered to pull them down, reacting to it Meerut (City) police superintendent, Alok Priyadarshi said, “No one will be allowed to take the law into his hands. We will make all possible arrangements to ensure security to everyone in the district”.

This is not the first time when Amit Jani has made the headlines, a few years ago he was arrested and put behind the bars for damaging a statue of BSP chief Mayawati in Lucknow. Several other criminal cases are also filed against him.