JKNPP’s ‘Tiranga Rally’ enters Jammu

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, May 6: Pulveri-zing the secessionist ideology in the backdrop of series of sedition rows, JKNPP’s Tiranga Rally entered Lakhanpur in Jammu via Pathankot this morning.
The nationalist rally comprising of more than 100 cars was led by Harshdev Singh, Chairman, JKNPP, Balwant Singh Mankotia, State president, JKNPP and Yashpal Kundal, State president. Young Panthers, visited the statue site of Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee at Lakhanpur and paid floral tributes to the National patriot, who made supreme sacrifice for ensuring the complete integration of J&K with India.
Thereafter, the rally passed through the entire Kathua city, Barnoti, Rajbagh, Dayalachak, Hiranagar, Jatwal, Samba and Vijaypur where they were received enthusiastically by the local public and the Panthers party workers. The rally reached Party headquarters in Gandhi Nagar Jammu late in the evening and shall proceed to Srinagar from Press Club tomorrow morning.
Expressing displeasure over the BJP’s jingoistic harangues turning into false rants, Harshdev Singh disclosed before the media that the Saffron party had meekly capitulated to secessionist and anti nationals on the NIT Kashmir row. He said that the Indian as well as State polity had been marred by several sedition rows and other conflicts on the advent of BJP coming to power.
Addressing the public and the media persons in Lakhanpur, Singh lamented the pusillanimous surrenders of the BJP by abandoning the philosophy of Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee only to occupy a second fiddle role in the PDP led Government.
Flaying the BJP’s malicious designs to quell the NIT student movement, he said that the Tiranga Rally which started from Lal Quila Delhi shall culminate at Lal Chowk Kashmir to hoist the National flag and spread a message of National integrity, peace and harmony.
Lampooning the Saffron party for their deceptive slogans, Balwant Singh Mankotia and Yashpal Kundal lambasted the BJP for its jiggery pokery over the definition of Nationalism and accused the Saffron party for bartering away the people’s aspirations for the crumbs of power.

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