JAMMU, Jan 9: Condem-ning today’s Pak sponsored attack at GREF Camp in Khour area of Akhnoor sector, National Panthers Party activists spearheaded by chairman of the party Harshdev Singh held protest demonstration here today.
The NPP activists under the leadership of Harshdev assembled at Exhibition ground here today and started protest demonstration. The angry protesters amid raising anti-Pak slogans torched the effigy of the rogue country. They demanded that Pakistan be declared as terrorist state.
Addressing the media, Harshdev Singh lambasted Pakistan for its malicious and mischievous designs in sponsoring militant attacks on defence bases in J&K besides aiding secessionists in Kashmir and abetting terror attacks all over the country.
Condemning today’s Fidayeen attack on GREF Camp at Battal village of Khour, he further accused Pakistan for pushing militants into our territory all along IB and LoC under the cover of mortar shelling to vitiate peace and harmony of the state and the country. Singh said that Pakistan’s notoriety had now assumed alarming proportions as PM Nawaz Sharief, its Army chief and dreaded clerics were blatantly supporting the secessionists and other disruptive forces operational in the State. He said that Pakistan had not been mending ways despite repeated warnings at appropriate forums and maintained that it was high time that India launched a full throttle campaign against Pakistan at international level.
Urging upon the Govt of India to go the whole hog against belligerent neighbour for its export of terror, Harshdev said that the issue of economic sanctions against Pakistan with stoppage of all financial aid from institutions like IMF, World Bank, ADB was required to be pursued vigorously.
While taking a dig at the NDA Govt, Singh regretted that the BJP which would harp on its anti-Pak stance earlier had miserably retreated from its tall pronouncements. He recalled that PM during his speech on Indus Water Treaty earlier had categorically spelled out that blood and water could not flow together but regretted that no concrete deterrent action had been initiated against the belligerent nation so far.