Hardline Hurriyat has accused the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) of providing arms training to the minority community in educational institutions of Jammu and holding shakhas (camps) in Jammu University
"Since the inception of Mufti-RSS government in Jammu & Kashmir, the communal and fascist organisations are considering the Jammu region as their conquered territory. They (RSS) have begun the process of eliminating the Muslims of the area," alleged Hurriyat spokesman Ayaz Akabr.
Threatening that Jammu Muslims will not be left on the mercy of the communal forces and any anti-Muslim activity, the spokesman said, "It will trigger a strong reaction in the Kashmir Valley and the people of this region will en masse move to the Jammu and will protect our brethren there at every cost."
The Hurriyat accused the PDP-BJP government of replacing Muslim officers with the RSS minded-people from key posts in administration, police, judiciary, revenue and education departments.
"The communal and fascist forces have now started wicked and dangerous activities in the Jammu region. The arms training is not only restricted to the males only but the females are also taught to use the weapons and a co-ordinated programme has been launched in cities, towns and villages of the Jammu division," alleged the Hurriyat spokesman.
He alleged that the RSS and VHP activists have turned the Jammu University into a training centre for their activities. "They organise different programmes to spread the communal hatred and prepare new communal minds in Jammu University," he alleged.
The Hurriyat spokesman said it has apprehension that all these activities are the beginning of a genocide plan of the Muslim community. "Like 1947, we fear Muslims will be either massacred or forced to migrate from here," alleged the spokesman.
"If the government will not rein in the communal forces and did not end the discrimination with the Jammu Muslims, the pro-freedom leadership will come on roads and will start a movement against this," said the spokesman.