Srinagar, Oct 26 (KINS): Jammu and Kashmir BJP unit on Monday held a rally in Srinagar against the remarks passed by PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti regarding tri-color.
Several party leaders and activists assembled at Shere Kashmir Park Sonawar area and protested against PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti who recently in a presser said nobody in J&K will raise for tri-color till the State’s own flag and special status are not returned.
BJP members including Sofi Yousuf, Altaf Thakur and others were seen raising pro-India slogans and demanded authorities to book Mehbooba like anti-national elements under sedition act.
Notably last week PDP chief Mehbooba held a press conference a few days after her release wherein she castigated the decisions taken on August 5, 2019 by Modi led BJP government and termed it “dacoit” and “loot” in J&K. She at the occasion warned New Delhi if the flag of erstwhile State of J&K is not returned and August 5 decisions not revoked, India will find nobody in J&K to carry tri-color.
“I am not interested in holding tri-color till our own flag and special status are not restored”, Mehbooba had said.
Meanwhile a day after her statement, ‘right wing’ activists allegedly attacked the office of PDP in Jammu and unfurled tricolor there. (KINS)
J&K BJP Holds Rally against Mehbooba’s Flag Statement
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