BJYM takes out torch rally against Bangladeshi infiltrators

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Aug 2018 10:57:33



Staff Reporter

To express ire over massive infiltration from Bangladesh, hundereds of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) took to street and carried out torch procession on August Kranti Diwas, on Thursday. Shouting slogans like ‘Bangladeshi Go Back’, BJYM Office-bearers said the illegal immigrants would have to go back to their country.

Speaking on the occasion State President of BJYM, Abhilash Pandey said the deteriorated law and order situation during prior Governments had allowed huge infiltration from Bangladesh. He said when present NDA Government is enlisting illegal immigrants Opposition parties are playing vote bank politics.

He said to support Government's initiative, BJYM has taken out torch processing with the slogan "Bangladeshi infiltrators go back" in entire Madhya Pradesh. He said BJYM would taken out grand rally under the leadership of BJP President, Amit Shah and Morcha National President, Poonam Mahajan in West Bengal on August 11.

Expressing views on the occasion BJYM General Secretary, Praneet Verma and others said thousands of people have sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country. But, with freedom, the country has to face the pang of partition and later Bangladesh was born. But, being jealous of India's prosperity, our neighbors always send infiltrators to our country to disrupt peace and tranquility in the country. He said now the Union Government is doing identification of infiltrators and hence they should leave the country. But, opposition parties are allegedly supporting the illegal immigrants and doing vote bank politics. Amongst those participated in the procession were BJYM City President, Ranjeet Patel, former Minister, Harendrajeet Singh, Prashant Tiwari, Harish Thakur, Rahul Kapoort, Chandrashekhar Patel, Kamal Singh, Aniket Chourasia, Akash Gupta, Pratik Pandey, Sapan Yadav, Jai Chouhan, Anurag Dahia, Kishan Lalwani, Deepak Saraf, Yogesh Biloha, Gopal Gupta, Ashish Kushwaha,
Pawan Tamrakar, Shubham Gupta and others.