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JAMMU: Dogra Front and Shiv Sena staged protest against the political parties who for their vote bank start talking anti India and promoting pro-Pakistan stand.
Led by President Dogra Front and Shiv Sena, Ashok Gupta, the activists assembled a Rani Park area and took out a protest in old Jammu city. The party workers torched the effigies of the opportunistic politicians who for their personal interest adopt the line of separatists for their vote bank.
“The party which is in power talks and walks as per the Constitution of India and abides by it but as soon as the same political organisation is out of power they start talking anti India and initiate promoting the pro Pakistan ideology,” Gupta asserted.
“When the politicians are in power they enjoy the services and the money of the Indian tax payers and as soon as the elections are lost they start promoting the pro Pakistan thinking. The political parties are toeing the soft-separatism line, seeking a vote to protect the identity of Kashmir,” he said. Gupta demanded from Election Commission of India to take an action against these politicians who talks against the constitution of the country to fulfil their political means and ban these political parties so that they cannot participate in the elections.
Among those joined the protest were include Bantu, Nikku, Ramesh, Suresh, Ram Paul, Pummy and Abhishek.
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