NCP leaders condemn Pakistan for awarding death sentence to Kulbhushan Jadhav

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 11
Senior office bearers of National Congress Party (NCP) condemned Pakistan for awarding death sentence to Kulbhushan Jadhav Ex Naval officer who was on a business trip to Iran last march and kidnapped by Pakistan on the charges of destabilizing Pakistan.
Former Minister Thakur Randhir Singh reacting on the death sentence to an Indian citizen who was denied councilor access for thirteen times, described Rouge justice from Rouge state and demanded strong action against Pakistan.
Singh has appreciated the role of all party MP’s in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha who have united for Kulbhushan Jadhav and demanded strong action against Pakistan and who described Pakistan action ridiculous which will affect bilateral relations between two countries.
The state NCP condemned the Pakistan’s role for allowing Sayeed – Dawood who are free in Pakistan and Osama Bin Laden who was found in Abattabad in Pakistan.
Krishan Kumar Digra Vice President NCP said that it is condemnable that rogue court in Pakistan which passed death sentence to innocent Kulbushan Jadhav and India must take strongest action against Pakistan.
R S Billowaria General Secretary and spokesman state NCP and R C Bali Chairman Sewa Dal NCP said that the Pakistan is responsible for training militants in Kashmir valley and demanded another stronger surgical strike against Pakistan to teach a lesson.
The meeting was attended by Liaquat Ali Magray, Gulab Chand Bhagat, T K Oul, Col Amar Singh,Ch Dev Raj, Raj Singh Jamwal, Abhimanyu Singh Jamwal, Er Rishi Kilam and several others.

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