NPP activists protest outside Pak High Commission

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Aug 8: Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers party (NPP) activists today staged a demonstration outside Pakistan High Commission at New Delhi.
Led by Harshdev Singh, Chairman and former Minister, hundreds of JKNPP leaders and activists including Young Panthers President, Yashpaul Kundal raised anti-Pak slogans and accused Pakistan of converting J&K into a vortex of violence.
They were carrying National Flags and raised slogans against illegal occupation of Indian Territory of J&K by Pakistan. They also demanded Pakistan to vacate all occupied territories of India including Gilgit-Baltistan, Chitral (which Pakistan has declared as its 6th province) in violation of UN Resolution dated 13.08.1948.
The ardent protestors amidst the heated exchanges and scuffles with the cops in front of the Pak High Commission were arrested and detained in the Chanakyapuri Police Station.
Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Harshdev Singh lambasted Pakistan for its pernicious designs in aiding and abetting militancy in J&K and elsewhere in the country in furtherance of its wicked designs of causing destabilization in the State.
He said that hoisting of Pak and ISIS flags has become a routine feature in the State with the proven support of Pakistan. He said that recent militant attacks in Samroli, Chenani and Basantgarh areas of District Udhampur had created an alarm in Jammu region with the Pak sponsored terrorists having managed their entry into the once considered safe zones. He also condemned the unprecedented ceasefire violations by Pakistan.
Harshdev Singh called upon the international community to take cognizance of the utter hostility and belligerence of the neighbouring country.
Yashpaul Kundal while warning Pakistan to desist from its highly mischievous and hostile conduct said that the Union Government must give a blunt message to Pakistan restraining it from indulging in day dreaming on the issue of J&K.
Prof Bhim Singh, Supremo of National Panthers Party condemned the detention of the Panthers Party leaders and activists and described it as violation of their fundamental rights which they enjoy being citizens of India.
Among others present were Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Vilakshan Singh, Neeraj Gupta, Romesh Khajuria, Kuldip Kumar, Paramjit Singh Marshal, Romesh Kumar, Ashok Kumar Khour, Sudesh Dogra, Nirmal Kishore, Surjit Singh Guleria, Ravinder Pandita, etc.

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