India sends message of love to Pakistan on St. Valentine’s Day

February 14th, 2011 - 2:11 pm ICT by ANI  

By Tahir Nadeem Khan

Jammu, Feb 14 (ANI): In the backdrop of increasing infiltration bids and cease-fire violations by Pakistan on international border and Line of Control (LoC), Indians yet again conveyed a message of peace and brotherhood to Pakistan via, balloons and placards on St.Valentine’s Day.

Dedicated to Pakistan based Hizbul Mujahideen Chief Syed Sallah-Ud-Din and other people of Pakistan, the roses tied with balloons and placard appealing them to shun the path of violence and come back to their homes.

The heart-pleasing scene near the Sufi shrine of Baba Chamblyal on Indo-Pakborder in Ramgarh sector of Samba District filled the atmosphere with positive vibes.

“The biggest motive of this day is that Syed Sallah-Ud-Din and other Kashmiri youth, who have gone to the other side of the border should come back to their homes. On this day, we appeal to them that they should leave the guns and come back to their homes,” said Dr Darakhshan Andrabi, president of the Socialistic Democratic Party (SDP).

“The message of love means that when you call someone with love and they (Militants) should also respond with love and we find this day the most appropriate-the St. Valentine Day,” Dr. Andrabi added. (ANI)

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