JK Panthers demonstrated agasnist OIC & also demanded de- recognition of OIC from the panel of UN
Filed Under: Politics, World | Posted: 10/07/2009 at 5:55AM
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Jammu, October 7,(Vijay Kumar) -Taking strong note of the interference by the OIC in the internal affairs of India large number of activists of Panthers Party led by State President Balwant Singh Mankotia on Wednesday held a massive demonstration against OIC in front of UN (United Nation) peace keeping force office at Jammu .The protestors after burning the effigy of the OIC also demanded de- recognition of OIC from the panel of UN.
A memorandum by the President of the Panthers Party was also submitted to the Secretary General to UN office
Interacting with the media persons Panthers party chief Balwant Singh Mankotia made it clear that their party would not tolerate any kind of interference by the OIC in the internal affairs of the
He said, OIC is an islamic organisation and is confined to Islamic nations and has no role to play in the internal affairs of the Secular India. He said we strongly condemn the OIC statement.
The Panthers Party accused the OIC for playing the game of ISI to support terrorism in
The Panthers Party also accused OIC for having failed to defend Muslims of Iraq,
The prominent Panthers Party leaders who accompanied the State President M/s. S. Daljit Singh, Vice-President, Ms. Anita Thakur and H.C. Jalmeria Adv. General Secretaries, Vilakshan Singh, State Secretary, Raghubir Singh Billowria, Provincial Vice-President, Rajinder Manhas, President Haq-Insaf-Markaz, Khajoor Singh, Provincial Vice-President, Rajesh Padgotra, S.D. Khajuria and Ashok Bhagat Adv, Provincial General Secretaries, Shakti Gupta District President Jammu City, Shanker Singh Chib, District President Jammu Rural, Sewa Singh Bali, District President Ramban, Rakesh Gupta, State Secretary (Young Panthers), Raghubir Singh, Manoj Gupta, Provincial Secretary (Young Panthers), Anil Rakwal, District Secretary, Ravinder Singh Jamwal, Harminder Singh (Tempo) Rajinder Singh Padha, Arvind Choudhary, Balbir Singh Jamwal, Kulbir Singh, Pado Ram.