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JKNPP protests against Pakistan, seeks release of Kulbhushan Jadhav
4/18/2017 12:23:28 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Apr 17: Enraged by the indefensible verdict based on farcical trial against Kulbhushan Jadhav by a Kangaroo military court of Pakistan, a strong contingent of Panther activists spearheaded by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP staged a vociferous protest demonstration at Exhibition Ground Jammu. The agitated protestors while raising anti-Pak slogans torched its effigy and sought immediate release of the innocent Indian national from Pak jail.
While addressing the media, Singh said that Jadhav was reportedly abducted from Iran-Pakistan border by a radical group Jaish-ul-Adl which was being funded and assisted by Pakistan's forces.
He said that according to the Indian sources Pakistan along with ISI fabricated his documents with glaring inconsistencies in them. " Moreover, German diplomat Gunter Mulack had claimed that Jadhav was caught by Taliban and sold to Pakistan's intelligence which clearly pointed that he was innocent and made a scapegoat by Pakistan for its nefarious motives", Harsh divulged.
Taking a jibe at the BJP, he expressed his astonishment over the inefficiency of the Saffron brigade while handling the issue which had put the dignity of the country at stake. He ridiculed the jingoistic slogans of the BJP which boasted of "56 inches chest of the PM Modi". Expressing his resentment over the Central and State governments for not taking the case of Chamail Singh seriously, Singh recalled that the convicted Indian who was a resident of village Pargwal in Akhnoor was brutally murdered in Kot Lakhpat jail in Pakistan and his family was still struggling for justice.
While citing the example of Sarabjeet Singh who was also killed in Pakistan under similar circumstances he said that his family was compensated with Rs. 1 crore 25 lacs and other benefits by Punjab Government but lamented that BJP led governments in the Centre and the State failed miserably to accord the status of a martyr to Chamail Singh .
He said that BJP which was already exposed for its cowardly surrenders owed an explanation to the people for its acts of duplicity as it along with PDP were blatantly resorting to disparagement of martyrs.
He said that Panthers party would oppose, expose and depose the Saffron brigade for bringing disgrace to the martyrs and glorifying anti- nationals and separatist elements who were hell bent to destabilize the State and the country.
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