Massive tri-colour from Mumbai to be handed over to Army Northern Command: Bharat Raksha Manch

Vinod Kumar Gupta, National Vice President Bharat Raksha Manch addressing a press conference in Jammu: Aman

JAMMU: A massive tri-colour from Mumbai is reaching Jammu on July 23, which will be handed over to the Army Northern Command with due respect. This was stated by Vinod Kumar Gupta, National Vice President Bharat Raksha Manch while addressing a press conference here today.
Speaking on the occasion, Vinod said, “Veer Savarkar is the pioneer in propagating the ideology of Hinduisation of politics and militarization of Hindus. He clearly defined Hindu as the one who treats Bharat as mother and respects her the same way as one’s own mother. All brave soldiers of our forces truly believe that this land known to the world as India is their mother and time and again have proved it by sacrificing their lives.”
Gupta further said, “Twenty years ago a similar incident occurred when the Pakistani armed forces along with terrorists deceitfully occupied our empty bunkers in Drass and Kargil sector of Jammu and Kashmir State. This occupation gave them a strategic position to keep vigil on national highway 1A. The plan was very clear, cutting off Kashmir from the rest of India. Our brave soldiers gave a befitting reply to this infiltration and ousted these enemies from the sector to regain control thus freeing our motherland from the clutches of Pakistanis and separatists based in Kashmir. This Tiranga Yatra is a joint attempt of Veer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak Samiti, Mumbai and Bharat Raksha Manch to keep the fire of nationalism alive in the minds of young India and promote the desire of joining forces among the youth of India. This Yatra is also an attempt to show those separatists who have challenged every single nationalist Indian by saying that there will be no hand left to lift the tricolour.”
Vinod also said, “The Yatra starting from Maharashtra and reaching Jammu will show such separatists that Veer Marathas are always with their brothers Veer Dogras and shall always fight shoulder to shoulder against any enemy of the motherland as is the history. A public function shall take place in Jammu on July 23 when the tricolour arrives in Jammu under the leadership of Ranjit Savarkar, President of Veer Savarkar Rashtriya Smarak Samiti and Advocate Ranjeet Sangle, National Secretary and Maharashtra State President of Bharat Raksha Manch wherein families of Kargil martyrs shall be honoured. Thereafter the tricolour shall be handed over to the Northern Command of the Indian army which shall unfurl it at Kargil War Memorial in Drass.”
Among others who were present on the occasion included Prashant Kotwal, Zonal Convenor, West Central Zone, Govind Malviya, Zonal Convenor, North Zone, Dr. Yograj Padha, State President, J&K, Rohit Bajrangi, State Youth Wing President, J&K.