Outraged Muslims burn Pakistan national flag in PatnaNovember 30th, 2008 - 8:45 pm ICT by ANI
Patna, Nov.30 (ANI): Expressing their outrage against the Mumbai terror attack, hundreds of Muslims in Patna took out a protest march against Pakistan and burnt its national flag here.
Organised by the Krantikari Communist Vikas Manch (KCVM) on Friday, the protest was taken from street to street to express deep anguish against Pakistan.
“I am protesting against Pakistan because it had a major role to play in these blasts hence I have burnt Pakistani national flag. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has shown that their (Government’’s) unity with Pakistan is not like that. I”m totally against Pakistan and will always be,” said Shaukat Ali, President of the Krantikari Communist Vikas Manch.
Protestors said that Pakistan was involved in the recent terrorist attack in Mumbai in which a total of 183 people lost their lives including 20 security personnel, 141 other Indians and 22 foreign nations. However, 327 people were injured.
The protestors waived posters and shouted slogans against Pakistan and the Congress-led UPA Government at the Centre.
The protestors said that the government at the center was not showing firmness in dealing with terrorists who have affected the people across the country. (ANI)
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