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Congress endangered national security- Anurag Thakur

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Chandigarh , 18 Nov 2013

Addressing the Zonal meeting of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha at Chandigarh, BJYM National President Anurag Thakur  said BJYM  is committed to defeat the evil forces in Jammu & Kashmir and would preserve  the unity and territorial integrity of India at whatever cost. Lambasting the Congress, he said Congress ruined the nation, endangered national unity, messed up the Indian economy and reduced the office of the Prime Minister to a nullity. Thakur questioned the  policies of Congress especially the manner in which the party  handled the Crisis in Jammu &  Kashmir in 1947 and thereafter.  He said pt.Nehru never acted in the best interests of the nation as he made controversial statements at regular intervals about Jammu & Kashmir and created an impression that a final decision on the State’s political future had yet to be taken. He said Credit goes to  Maharaja Hari Singh ji, then Sarsangchalak Guru Golwalkar ji  and Dr Mookerjee who defeated the evil intentions of anti-national elements  and saved Jammu & Kashmir for India after making supreme sacrifices. Anurag pledged to build more trust with youth of Jammu & Kashmir and assured  them of full Co-operation. 

Appreciating the role of Jammu & Kashmir unit of BJYM, Anurag Thakur said  BJYM in J&K continuously raising the Voice of  youth and fighting to get them justice. Speaking on the occasion BJYM State President Ravinder Raina said the State of Jammu and Kashmir has witnessed chaos, confusion, anarchy and instability because of the wrong policies of NC-Congress  which resulted into bloodshed and destruction in J and K. Raina said that BJYM is working sincerely for the development and welfare of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and said that the State unit of BJYM would never allow the anti-nationals to fulfill their evil designs. Prominent among others  from J&K who attended the meeting were Karan Sharma, Inderjeet Sambyal, Ajay Pragal, Arif Raja, Ranjeet Singh Khalsa, Honey Sing Jamwal, Naresh Singh Kaka, Ishant Gupta, Damanjeet Singh, Ankush Mahajan, Sudershan Sharma, Rakesh Sharma, Rajkumar, Sanjay Sharma, Sunil Luthera, Sonal Deoal  and Bhopinder Singh.

 

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