Ceasefire not good for the Indian Army: ABVP

"The militants wont attack with flowers they attack with guns." Deepak Gupta, secretary ABVP, Jammu and Kashmir
“The militants wont attack with flowers they attack with guns.” Deepak Gupta, secretary ABVP, Jammu and Kashmir

The student body of BJP, ABVP ( Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad), organised a protest in Jammu today after the central government promulgate the unilateral ceasefire during the Ramzan in Kashmir region. The protest march was held in Gandhi Nagar, which was lead by Deepak Gupta, secretary ABVP Jammu and Kashmir.

While addressing the rally, Gupta blamed CM Mehbooba Mufti for slowing down the All Out operation in the valley of the Indian Army. He further added that such ceasefire was imposed back in the year 2000 during the Atal Behari Vajpayee government which led to the killing of 828 people in the valley.

He added, “This will not prove good for the Indian army as it is binding them to wait for the attack and then retaliate and the militants won’t attack with flowers, they attack with guns.”

He further said that if the break is given in this peak of operation all out, it will not only help the militant groups to reunite but it will also help them to make a comeback with more energy and attack.

“So ABVP demands that this decision of imposing cease-fire should be taken back or the students will come on the roads against this decision of the central government,” he said.

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