|Shiv Sena protest, demands ban on pheran and burka |
|Early Times Report|
JAMMU, Mar 3: The Jammu & Shiv Sena protest & demands ban in pheran and Burka, Kashmir Unit of Shiv Sena Bala Saheb Thackeray has raised the demand for imposing a ban on wearing the Pheran and Burke in public places and termed the Pakistan's acceptance of the ceasefire agreement is a hoax.
Today, dozens of Shiv Sainiks, led by party President Manish Sahni, staged a strong protest demanding the ban of pheran and Burke in public places across the UT, J&K in view of thier usage to hide their identity and weapons.
Sahni reminded Prime Minister Honorable Narendra Modi's claim to teach a lesson to Pakistan's, saying that Pakistan has always hit the back under the guise of ceasefire agreement. Sahni said that according to the latest input, about 200 terrorists from Pakistan are preparing to infiltrate into India. It is clear that under the cover of the ceasefire agreement, Pakistan is once again trying to stab in the back
On the demand to ban the burqa and pheran, Sahni said that the mischievous elements active in Jammu and Kashmir are using the burqa to hide identify and Ferran to conceal weapons. Referring to recent terrorist attack in Srinagar in which two policemen were killed, clearly visible in the CCTV footage of the attack that the terrorist, who carried out the incident, was hiding the AK-47 assault rifle in the guise of his Pheran.
"This was not the first time that Pheran and Burkha have been used as disguises to carry weapons and even carry out attacks in the Valley.
Sahni said that like Sri Lanka, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, and Italy, we must also take strict steps and impose ban on Pheran and Burkha in the public places.
Others who were present in the protest are president mehila Wing Meenakshi Chhibber, chairman Rakesh Gupta, general secretaries Vikas Bakshi and GI Singh, vice president Sanjeev Kohli, Vikas Dewan, secretary Balwant Singh, Praveen Gupta, Bodhraj, women secretary Geeta Lakhotra, joint secretary Nusrat Began and others.