Let Salman and Kejriwal go to Pakistan – Monappa Bhandary

Let Salman and Kejriwal go to Pakistan – Monappa Bhandary

Mangaluru: The Bharatiya Janata Party staged a protest against the Chief minister of Delhi Kejriwal and former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad, for their statement on the Uri attack, in front of the BJP office here on October 5.

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Addressing the protesters, BJP State vice-president Rahim Uchil said, “Indian film actor Salman Khan is supporting the Pakistan actors, films in which Pakistani actors have acted should not be released in India. BJP will not allow such films to be released in India. If such films are screened in any theaters including films in which Salman Khan has acted, BJP will gherao those theaters. We are ready to go to jail. We also condemn the statement of former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad. In the coming days, we will intensify our protest against those who support Pakistan.

Addressing the protesters Monappa Bhandary said, “To give a befitting reply to the Uri attack and to teach Pakistan a lesson, on September 29, our prime minister Modi ordered the attack on 8 Pakistan terrorists camps which killed more than 40 terrorists who were hiding in those camps. Such actions of bravery should be supported by all Indians. For the Pakistani policy of an “eye for the eye,” Modi has given the right answer. While the entire country has supported the soldiers for their bravery, the CM of Delhi is insulting the soldiers by asking for proof of their operations. The BJP strongly condemns the comments made by CM Kejriwal and the questions raised by former Finance Minister Chidambaram and Maharashtra State Congress President Sanjay Nirupam.

If Sonia Gandhi has any respect for the country and the soldiers, let her expel both Chidambaram and Sanjay from the party. It is the duty of every citizen to support the soldiers. Indians should be Indians and should not support Pakistan. If anyone supports Pakistan, be it Salman Khan. Kejriwal or anyone let them go to Pakistan, they do not deserve to be Indian or be in India.

Later the protesters burnt the effigy of former Pakistani cricketer Javed Miandad and shouted slogans against him and Pakistan.


  1. These days BJP ,RSS and its Junior ally Shiv Sena are more humble to Pakistan than anyone else.

    It is Monappa Bhandary or Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi or Sakshi Maharaj is more in love with Pakistan where its own senior leader LK Advni is born.

    Is RSS political wing BJP is so fond of the country they once they helped to born supporting Jinah Muslim league?

    Jai Hind

  2. Don’t worry about Monappanna. Think about Kejri and Sallu. Kya karega bechaara sallu aur chora kejri? Waise aap ko kyon darad hua ji? Koyi khaas baat toh nahin?

  3. Shekh and Saleem,
    Do you think Pakistan is a terrorist nation? Why is it so hard for you to answer this simple question? smiles…

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