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Kavinder terms Govt move to ban PFI following nationwide crackdown 'befitting'
9/28/2022 10:45:17 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 28: Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister, Kavinder Gupta on Wednesday termed the ban on Popular Front of India (PFI) after the countrywide raids and arrests of over 270 activists as 'befitting' and in line with Modi Government's zero tolerance policy against the terrorism.
The BJP stalwart was speaking after paying tributes to Sub Major Nain Singh Jamwal on his Martyrdom Day here at Sainik Colony.
The former Deputy Chief Minister said that the successive governments in the country had given tacit support to such organizations and that was the reason behind such anti-national entities thrived during their tenures.
Giving examples of stone pelting in Kashmir, Shaheen Bagh episode, and several others, Kavinder said that it was the appeasement policy of the Congress governments in the past that such organizations were openly propagating the separatist and radicalization movements across the country without any fear of law of the land. He said that such necessary actions by the Modi Government will not only show the right place to the forces inimical to peace and progress in the country but will also act as deterrent for others who also wanted to join the anti-India brigade.
Kavinder said that the action against the PFI and its sister organizations should not be stopped here rather those leaders who are supporting these anti-nationals should also be taken to task by taking legal action against them for putting in danger the sovereignty and integrity of the country by extending moral and logistic aide. He said that no one in the country indulging in anti-India activities should be given the long rope as nipping the evil in the bud is the best policy for the safety and security of India.
Earlier, Kavidner Gupta, while paying tributes to Shaheed Sub Maj Nain Singh Jamwal, Shaurya Chakra on his Martyrdom Day, said that organizing such functions for the martyrs and to remember their sagas of braveries and valorous inspire younger generation and inculcate a sense of patriotism in them.
Kavinder said that the sacrifices of martyrs never go in vain. He said that the terrorists and their sponsors will always be given the befitting reply by our valiant forces, in which jawaans never show any lack of courage. He added that in our rich heritage, our brave soldiers have always sacrificed their lives for the motherland and we are proud of them
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