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Shame! Nationalists can't hoist tricolor, anti-nationals can do anything
BJP maintains 'criminal silence' as JK Govt sends Sena activists packing
12/6/2017 11:18:13 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 6: The Jammu and Kashmir government not allowing Shiv Sena activists to hoist tricolor at Lal Chowk in Srinagar has drawn flak from the nationalist people across the country.
According to the reports Shiv Sena activists appeared in Srinagar's city centre on Wednesday morning and tried to hoist tricolor at the clock tower but the policemen appeared there and foiled their attempt.
"It's unfortunate that nationalist people cannot hoist a tricolor in the state where BJP shares power. Why where Shiv Sena activists stopped from hoisting the tricolor at Lal Chowk? It's strange that anti-national elements are allowed to deliver fiery sermons against the country in Lal Chowk but the nationalist people are stopped from hoisting the national flag," said a politician.
He said, "Had BJP been in opposition today it would have raised hue and cry over SS activists not being allowed to hoist the tricolor at Lal Chowk. It's unfortunate that none of the BJP ministers or leaders have uttered a single word against the action of the J&K Police."
"It looks like that BJP has bartered national interests for the sake of power. BJP leaders have remained silent as they don't want to annoy the Kashmir based PDP leaders. For them power is more important than hoisting of a national flag," the politician added.
He said, "It's unfortunate that we are scared of anti-national elements and cannot even hoist the national flag on our own soil. BJP should have taken a strong note of it instead of acting as a mute spectator. The saffron party leaders have proved that they can make any compromise for the sake of power and can even get their own people arrested."
"The Shiv Sena activists had to face humiliation as policemen deployed there bundled them into their vehicle and whisked them away. It was unfortunate that desh bakhts were treated like criminals," the politician said.
A defence analyst while expressing dismay over Sena activists being stopped from hoisting the national flag in Srinagar said, "By stopping them J&K government has emboldened the anti-national elements. Whenever nationalist elements have made an attempt to hoist the national flag in Srinagar's city centre government has foiled their attempt. By doing so Kashmir based politicians want to prove it to the separatists that they subscribe to their ideology. It's unfortunate that this time around BJP too has proved that it's soft towards separatists and won't annoy them," the analyst added.
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