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BJP's youth rally to address Amarnath row & terror attacks
August 08, 2008 20:10 IST
The Bharatiya Janata Party is all set to take up the Amarnath land issue, the Centre's 'soft' handling of terror and the 'appeasement policy' of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance government in Saturday's youth rally in New Delhi [Images], which will be addressed by party leader L K Advani [Images].
"The country is agitated over the conduct of the government. On one hand it bows before the separatist forces to cancel land allotted to the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board, on the other hand, it is soft on terrorists. This is a step ahead of being opportunist...," BJP youth wing chief Amit Thaker told reporter.
Announcing the youth rally at Ramlila Grounds in New Delhi, Thaker said, "The people of the country are agitated over the working of the government. It is working for the welfare of separatists and firing at the nationalists on the streets of Jammu."
The rally, to be addressed by National Democratic Alliance's prime ministerial candidate Advani, would witness a mass 'Shiv Aradhana' in front of a nine feet Shivlinga. Over one lakh youths would be led by Advani in worshipping Lord Shiv, he added.
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