Shiv Sena organises Tiranga Rally, demands taking over of PoK

Shiv Sena activists during Tiranga Rally at Jammu on Sunday.
Shiv Sena activists during Tiranga Rally at Jammu on Sunday.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 29: A large number of Dogra Front & Shiv Sena workers under the leadership of their president, Ashok Gupta took out Tiranga Rally demanding that Indian Army should take over Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) and make it a part of India.
Speaking on the occasion, Gupta said that the people of Gilgit, Baluchistan and Sindh are facing atrocities by Pakistani administration.
“People of PoK have many times appealed to the Indian Government, especially to the PM Narendra Modi, to free them from the draconian rule of Pakistan Government,” he further said.
Gupta said that our position on PoK has always been and will always be very clear that it is a part of India and we will take over it.
Shiv Sena leader also said that Pakistan has built an industry of terrorism from the ideology of hate.
Commenting upon the address of Imran Khan at UN, he said, rarely has the UN General Assembly witnessed such misuse of the opportunity.
Gupta also said that Pakistan is the only Government in the world that gives pension to the terrorists.
“Pakistan is a country where religious minorities have reduced from 23 to 3 per cent,” he maintained.
Prominent among protesters were Abhishek Gupta, Narendra Tangri, Suresh Chanotra, Sarpanch Lal Singh, Geeta, Raj Kumar, Bittu, Ashu, Ashish, Brij and others.