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Modi regime fails to release salaries of SPOs even on Eid

Jammu, May 04 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, President of All India Voice of Poor People and trade union leader Sewa Singh Bali led a protest in Jammu against the failure of the administration to release the salaries of Special Police Officers, temporary arrangements of the Indian police recruited by the Modi regime to unleash Kashmiri Muslims leading the struggle for right to self-determination.

Talking to reporters Bali said, “It’s unfortunate that salaries of SPOs haven’t been released even on Eid. This shows that J&K government is least bothered about the difficulties being faced by the SPOs and their families.”

An Aam Admi Party leader who had also joined the protesters said, “The administration has failed. The SPOs have been deprived of their right to celebrate Eid. The government seems least interested in resolving any issue.”
He said, “The SPOs are those people who work 24×7. Many of them have lost their lives in the line of duty but they are being treated shabbily.”

Commenting on the protests, Jammu based political analysts called upon Special Police Officers to rethink their role as the Modi regime considers them a gang of mercenaries and nothing else.

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