Today’s Kashmir is the result of slow poisoning spread by Pak!

Pune: Photo-exhibition by FACT on terrorists’ atrocities on Hindus in Kashmir is held at ‘New Sinhgad area Sanskrutik Kala-manch’ on Sinhgad Road. It was inaugurated by Retd. Military Officer, Capt. Dwarakanath Deshpande and will be held for 2 days on 19 th and 20th between 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. Capt. Deshpande viewed all photographs. Shri. Mahendra Ahire, a member of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) gave explaination to him about every photograph. Capt. Deshpande was accompanied by Shri. Manohar Bodhe, a senior member of BJP, Shri. Jitendra Ranade, President of ‘New Sinhgad area Sanskrutik Kala-manch’ and members of HJS and Sanatan Sanstha.

Capt. Deshpande said on the occasion that Kashmir is struck with terrorism for many years. It is the result of slow poisoning spread by Pakistan. Such exhibitions will help people to know true position and extent of terrorism in Kashmir. Shri. Girish Dhumal of HJS said that ‘Jihadi’ terrorism is the greatest problem faced by the country. There is a need for unity. This exhibition will put forth such facts before people which have been concealed from them so far.

Source: Daily Sanatan Prabhat

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