NPP protests outside Pak High Commission

Excelsior Correspondent
NEW DELHI, May 13:  Admonishing Pakistan for its blatant interference in the internal affairs of India, its ceaseless ceasefire violations along the IB and LoC besides its overt and covert support to secessionists in Kashmir, J&K National Panthers Party activists staged a massive demonstration outside Pakistan High Commission, New Delhi today.
Led by chairman of the party and former minister Harsh Dev Singh and  Yash Paul Kundal State president Young Panthers  along with other leaders assembled near Pakistani High Commission in Delhi  in the morning and started protest demonstration.    Accusing Pakistan for pushing Kashmir into a cauldron of unrest, mayhem and bloodshed, the infuriated protesters raised anti-Pak slogans and sought its declaration as a ‘Terrorist State’. The NPP leaders were arrested by Delhi police and detained in Chanakyapuri Police Station.
Castigating Pakistan for aiding secessionists in Kashmir and abetting terror attacks all over the country,  Harsh Dev said that Pakistan’s notoriety had now assumed alarming proportions as the rogue country was openly supporting the separatists and other disruptive forces 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 for latter’s peace vitiating  attacks on our soil.
Anguished over the Pakistan’s recent carnage in Krishna Ghati followed by its ongoing ceasefire violations in Nowshera sector resulting in civilian casualties,  Harsh Dev questioned BJP that where the slogan of  ‘beheading ten heads of the enemy in lieu of each martyred Indian jawan’ vanished when the mauled and decapitated bodies of the slain soldiers were returned to their bereaved families.
Urging upon the Union Govt to go the whole hog against belligerent neighbour for its persistent misadventures, Singh 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.
Prominent among those who led the protest included Romesh Khajuria, Parshotam Parihar, Mohinder Singh, Shamsher Singh, Rajiv Jolly Khosla, Dildar Hussain Beig,  and Surinder Yadav.


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