Jammu, September 26 (Scoop News)- A large number of BJYM activists held a massive protest against the terrorist attack at Hiranagar Police Station and later on army camp at Samba, which resulted into more than a dozen casualties and injuries to many. They were led by BJYM State Prabhari Yudhvir Sethi, alongwith Morcha General Secretary Abhay Pargal and BJYM National Executive Member Parimoksh Seth.
The BJYM activists burnt the effigy of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif amid raising slogans against UPA and Pakistan.
Yudhvir Sethi, while condemning the Thursday morning attack by terrorists on Police Station and later on Army camp, said that both the weak and indecisive policies of Central government as well as the state government facilitate the activities of anti-nationals. He said that weak-kneed policies of the UPA government towards Pakistan and soft and friendly approach of the state’s NC-Congress coalition towards anti-national elements have been encouraging the fundamentalists and terrorists.
Yudhvir Sethi said that it has been well established now that the Pakistan has always adopted double faced postures and has never heeded India’s repeated appeals to dismantle the terrorist’s camps and infrastructure from its soils and work genuinely towards bringing peace and normalcy in the subcontinent. He said that the Pakistan does not understand the language of peace and brotherhood and hence should be treated accordingly. He demanded reconsidering the decision of continuing talks with Pakistan when it has been time and again violating norms of civilized behaviour between countries besides giving adequate compensation to the families of those who sacrificed their lives and free treatment of the injured.
Parmodh Kapahi, Subash Jandial, Dinesh Gupta, Arvind Gupta, Vivek Gupta, Bharat Sharma, Karan Sharma, Bhanu Singh jasrotia, Mohinder Pal Sharma, Rajiv Dubey, Ranjeet Singh Khalsa, Parvesh Kumar, Keshav Chopra, Sunil Sharma, Munish Guupta, Amit Gupta, Chetan Mehra, Rinku Chauhan, Tarseem Sharma and others took part in the protest.
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