BMS held a march in Srinagar

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By Fast Kashmir on 13/05/2017. 1 Comment

BMS held a march in Srinagar

Srinagar, May 13: A group of people claiming to be the part of an NGO called ‘Bhartiya Modi Army’ held a march in high security zone Gupkar Srinagar on Saturday. The march that started from Gupkar near Chief Minister’s official residence culminated at Nehru Park.

    The participants were carrying tricolours. The march was led by Rajeev Ohaja, All India General Secretary and Dr Manzoor Ahmed Khan and Haroon Nabi Lone.

     The participants maintained that they are apolitical and are concerned only about the development of Jammu and Kashmir.

    BMA president, Rajeev Ohaja said that he was content to see tourists from Indian states and foreign countries enjoying their visit in Kashmir. “There is communal harmony and tourists are safe here,” he said.

     Pic by,  Shah Jehangir/FK 

All India General Secretary Dr Manzoor Khan claimed that more than 30,000 people have become the part of BMA. He said the basic motive of this NGO is to create communal harmony in the state. (CNS)



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