Jalandhar, Nov 6 (UNI) Akhil Bhartiya Vidyardhi Parishad (ABVP) today gave a nationwide ''College Bandh Call'' on November 12 in protest against the increasing ''infiltration of Bangladeshi intruders''.
While blaming Bangladeshi infiltrators for spreading terrorism in India, State Secretary of the ABVP Suraj Bhardwaj told newspersons here today that the ABVP was requesting all educational institutions, including schools and colleges, to remain close on November 12.
''We urge them to hold strong protests against increasing infiltration of Bangladeshis and press for Centre to tackle the menace treating it as of national importance,'' he said.
He claimed that the country had three crore Bangladeshi nationals residing illegally and they had even acquired voter cards, Ration cards and succeeded in hiding their original identity.
UNI XC JN SY HS1934 He further revealed that 6000 Bangladeshi nationals enter into the India through borders line daily which was 4096 km, the longest border state than any other neighbouring states and Punjab was bearing the burden of more than 40,000 Bangladeshi's.
Bhardwaj claimed that these intruders were fully involved in all the terrorist activities as all the blast happened recently in Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Hydrabad were fully caricatured by them.
They were also running rackets of fake currency and illegal human trafficking as well.