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Declare Pakistan a terrorist state: Harsh

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Declare Pakistan a terrorist state Harsh
JKNPP leaders burning effigy of Pakistan Government during a protest.

JKNPP protests against proxy war launched by Pakistan in Kashmir

 STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Admonishing Pakistan to refrain from its interference in the internal affairs of India, Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party on Wednesday staged a demonstration against its overt and covert support to secessionists and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
A strong contingent of Panthers Party activists spearheaded by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP, Balwant Singh Mankotia State President JKNPP and Yash Paul Kundal State President Young Panthers assembled at Exhibition Ground here. Accusing the rogue country for converting Kashmir into a vortex of violence, the ardent protestors raised pro-India and anti-Pak slogans and torched the effigy of Pakistan.
Addressing the media, Harsh lambasted Pakistan for its pernicious designs in aiding and abetting militancy in Jammu and Kashmir and elsewhere in the country with utterly malevolent, baleful and ulterior motives.
He castigated Pakistan for its highly malicious and mischievous designs in sponsoring militancy particularly in J and K and pushing in proselytised traitors to vitiate peace and harmony on our side of the borders.
Castigating Pakistan for its terror training camps, its Hawala deals, its drug trafficking, its moral and material support to secessionism besides its highly rancorous propaganda in the print and electronic media, against India, Singh lamented that Pak’s notoriety had assumed alarming an unacceptable proportions. He said that the belligerent neighbour endorsing all kinds of support to the secessionists in Kashmir besides expressing sympathies with the slain militant Burhan Wani should be an eye opener for the international community.
Singh disclosed that PM of Pakistan crossed all the limits when he recently announced to observe 20th July as ‘Black Day’ in protest against the ongoing Kashmir turbulence while addressing a Cabinet meeting at Lahore’s Governor House.
He further divulged that Pakistan’s terror manufacturing antecedents were known the world over and the recent venomous rants of Pak sponsored terror outfits against India had only unveiled Pakistan being a terror exporting state.
Singh exhorted the international community including the IMF, World Bank, etc to impose sanctions upon the rogue country and ostracise Pakistan completely in order to restore and sustain peace and tranquillity in the region. He also urged the UN to declare Pakistan a “Terrorist State”.
Castigating the hostile neighbour for its highly dubious deals, Singh cautioned Pakistan to break out from the mindset of improbity, deceit and belligerence that it has embarked upon and to stop meddling in the affairs of J and K.
He further called for vacation of Pak aggression from the occupied territories of J and K which are very much a part of Jammu and Kashmir. He said that Union Parliament had also passed a resolution in 1994 for liberating POJK as this same fell within the domain of Indian Union.
Ridiculing the BJP over its muscle flexing while in opposition and ambiguous stance while in power, he said that JKNPP was constrained to lodge a protest as the State Government has miserably failed to control the situation in Kashmir and the BJP despite its tall harangues and rhetorical overtures had abdicated its responsibility of questioning the belligerent nation over its misadventures and violent posturing.
Mankotia and Kundal, while condemning Pakistan for inciting violence and trouble in J and K. called upon the international community to take cognizance of the utter hostility and belligerence of the neighbouring country. They said that Pakistan had created dozens of terror groups in the name of Jehad who were resorting to violence and propagating secession and separatism. They asserted that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and no power on earth can change this fact. Warning Pakistan to desist from its highly mischievous and hostile conduct, the NPP leaders maintained that the Union Govt. must give a blunt message to Pakistan restraining it from indulging in day dreaming on the issue of J and K. He said that the Nation was eagerly awaiting the tough posturing against Pakistani misadventures as emphatically proclaimed by the BJP led NDA Government in the Centre. They revealed that increase in the frequency of the cease fire violations besides proxy war launched in the State of J and K by Pakistan called for stern measures against the rogue nation without any delay to restore peace in the region.
Prominent among those who led the protest included Rajesh Padgotra, Shankar Chib, Sham Gorkha, Gagan Partap, Nirmal Kishore, Rajesh Gondhi, Kailash Mohan, Ravinder Jamwal, Udheyveer, Rakesh Verma, Narinder Sharma and Ashok Chouhan.

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