Wednesday, 9 January 2013
Thousands of BJP workers stage march: Burn Pakistan Flag
GOVERNMENT SHOULD GIVE FITTING REPLY TO THE BRUTAL MURDER OF INDIANS SOLDIERS – VIJENDER GUPTA
New Delhi, 9th January. BJP Delhi Pradesh President Shri Vijender Gupta has said that Government of India should give a fitting reply to the barbaric action of killing Indian Soldiers by the Pakistani Soldiers so that such actions of the Pakistan Army may be stopped. Terming this incident as insult to 121 crore Indians, he said that BJP will support every action of the Government taken against Pakistan in this case. Now the Government should come forward. Pakistani Flag was also burnt on this occasion.
Thousands of BJP workers agitated due to this incident staged a march from BJP Delhi Pradesh Headquarters 14, Pt. Pant Marg to the Pakistan Embassy today raising strong slogans. The Police stopped all of them at the roundabout of RML Hospital. The workers became angry and broke the barriers put by the police. Women workers were also present in large numbers in the March. Demonstrators had play cards in their hands on which the following was written : “Bharatiya Sainikon Par Chupke Se War – Nahi Sahega Hindustan, Pak Sainikon ka Nirmam Atyachar – Nahi sahega Hindustan, Pakistanio Hosh me aao, Barbarta Par Kaabu Pao, Bharat ke sabra ko Kamjori na Samjho etc.”
Shri Gupta was addressing the workers participating in the march to Pakistan Embassy organised by BJP Delhi Pradesh to protest against the shocking action of murdering and beheading two Indian Soldiers by the Pakistani Soldiers after violating LOC in the Punch District of Jammu. He further told that Government of India extends hand of friendship to the Pakistan again and again and in reply we get brutal murders. How long it will continue? There is also a limit to terrorism, brutality and atrocity which has been crossed by the Government of Pakistan and its Army.
Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra told that the way in which the Pakistani Soldiers entered into the Indian Territory by about 400 meters and beheaded two Indian Soldiers, reminds us about the sacrifice of Captain Saurav Kalia and his colleagues. At that time India had warned Pakistan that it should desist from such acts otherwise the consequences shall be serious, even after the Pakistan and its Army continued to violate the Indian Borders. Government of India should not remain silent.
S.Shri Rameshwar Chaurasiya, Vani Tripathi, Aarti Mehra, Ramesh Bidhuri, Pravesh Verma, Ashish Sood, R.P. Singh, Vijay Jolly, Vishakha Shailani, Mayors Annapurna Mishra, Savita Gupta, Anita Arya, Mevaram Arya, Rajan Tewari, Narainder Tandon, Krishan Lal Dhilod, Atif Rasheed, Nakul Bhardwaj, P.K. Chandla, Vivek Sharma, Ram Sharan Jindal, Anil Mittal and hundreds of Councillors, many Legislators and senior leaders participated in the demonstration.