Paswan to continue his tirade against saffron parties

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Pushkar, Aug 30 (UNI) Accusing the ''communal organisations'' of throttling the voice of reason, LJP Chief Ram Vilas Paswan today said he would continue his tirade against the RSS, the VHP and the Bajrang Dal for trying to divide the country on communal lines for their petty political gains.

''If these forces think of silencing my voice, they are mistaken.

These organisations pose serious threat to the secular and social fabric of the country and need to be fettered,'' Mr Paswan told mediapersons on the sidelines of the party training camp here.

He again reiterated his demand for imposing ban on these organisations. Their propoganda and movement is against the interest of the country and they vitiate the harmony, he said.

The Minister said the BJP was using these organisations for their political benefit, but it would never succeed in its mission. People are peace-loving and secular and they hate violence, he added.

Noted journalist Saeed Naqvi and Social Scietist Sushma Yadav spoke on the country's foreign policy and educational system.

Mr Naqvi said Pakistan may get further disintegrated if it fails to contain terrorism and overcome present political turmmoil.

He said Pakistan was going through critical phase of its history and its leader must settle their differences and face the challenge of terror. He said the creation of Pakistan was wrong as it was formed on the Two-nation theory. The leadership failed to keep it united and wrong policies pursued by its leaders resulted into separation of East Pakistan, now Bangladesh.

Mr Paswan also spoke about hanging of Afzal Guru, stating his mercy petition is before the President. He said there are 29 mercy petition before the President and she had to take decision on 26 convicts, who have been awarded death penalty.

He said the Nitish Kumar government had miserably failed to meet the challange posed by the fury of river Kosi. Millions have been displaced and the state government is not in a position to handle crisis very efficiently.


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