A volcano of anger erupted in Nagpur over the killing of five Indian soldiers by Pakistani Army. The outrageous incident echoed in Nagpur when the Bajrang Dal and Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha activists went ballistic and burnt a Pakistani flag as a strong protest at Variety Square and at Telephone Exchange Square. Both the Bajrang Dal and BJYM activists raised anti-Pakistan slogans in pitched voice which appropriately reflected the volcanic anger of the Saffron Men.
The brutal killing Indian soldiers is second of its kind in recent days. A few months ago, two soldiers were killed by “Pakistani Army.” Not only they were killed but the head of a soldier was cutoff from the body and was carried by the killers with them showing the most unhuman face of the Pakistani Army.
Talking to Nagpur Today, Bhayyaji Chaube of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, said, “The Indian Government must take tit for tat or eye for eye action against Pakistan. Pakistan doesn’t understand the language of warnings and threats. India should pay the Pakistan with the same coin for their unhuman actions. India talks peace. Pakistan talks killing. If the rulers in Delhi fail to to take “Muhtod” action, then the entire country will be on the streets to force the Government act tough against the habitual killers.”
Bhayyaji Chaube further said, the future course of action would be decided by the office-bearers of the VHP by calling a meeting today or tomorrow.
The BJYM leaders said, “India always forwarded a hand of friendship to Pakistan for peace and harmony. But the neighbouring nation is not at all respecting the India’s efforts for peace. On the contrary, Pakistan is carrying out dozens of terrorist attacks on our land killing hundreds and hundreds innocent citizens. Now, enough is enough. Pakistan carrying out bomb blasts, indulging in firing, killing soldiers. India must give a fitting reply to Pakistan instead of talking peace and harmony,” the angry BJYM leaders said.
The BJYM shouted slogans like “Pakistan Murdabad,” “Pakistan ko sabak sikhao,” etc and burnt Pakistani flag in protests against killing of fove Indian soldiers by the Pak Army.
The anger of the Bajrang Dal and BJYM activists has been just an iceberg. The peace-loving citizens of Nagpur hitting the streets would not be surprising if a call is given by any nationalist organization.
Terrorists in Pakistan Army uniform attacked Indian soldiers: Antony
Meanwhile, the Defence Minister AK Antony condemned the unprovoked incident of killing of Indian soldiers.
Giving the details of the incident in the Lok Sabha, Antony said that the attack was carried out by 20 heavily-armed terrorists in Pakistani Army uniform.
The Minister added that the Indian Army was fully prepared to take all necessary steps to uphold the sanctity of LoC.
“I assure the House that our Army is fully ready to take all necessary steps to uphold the sanctity of the Line of Control,” Antony said in the Lok Sabha.
According to him, “Five soldiers were martyred and one was injured when a patrol party of the Army comprising one non-commissioned officer and five other ranks were ambushed on our side of the Line of Control in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir early Tuesday morning. In the ensuing firing, five Indian soldiers were martyred and one was injured. The ambush was carried out by approximately 20 heavily-armed terrorists along with persons dressed in Pakistan Army uniforms,” said Antony.