ENARADA NEWS BUREAU
India was witness to the Quit India movement in 1942 to drive out imperial forces. The Quit India movement was once again recreated in Bengaluru on February 24, 2016 to drive out the anti-national forces that were defaming India globally. Leading the Quit India movement 2.0, Bengaluru’s (Jayanagar) legislator BN Vijaya Kumar led a massive protest march in IT capital of India holding a huge national tri-colour in heart of the city.
Hundreds joined the protest urging the Central Government to take tough action against anti-national forces.
Vijaya Kumar said, “We tolerated when RSS was criticised. However, the pseudo secularists didn’t stop at this as they continued their tirade at Narendra Modi and even on Hindu gods.
However, now, their latest target is Mother India and no Indian can tolerate this mischief. Today, a section of media and so called intellectuals are hailing anti-nationals (those shouting slogans against India) as their icons. It is sad to know that the terrorists like Afzal Guru (who was instrumental in attacking Indian parliament) are hailed as heroes.”
Chakravarti Sulibele, one of the protestors attacked the Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for having scant regard for those jawans laying lives for our country. “Siddaramaiah tries to show his solidarity in social sites for anti-nationals of JNU though he doesn’t have time to pay a visit or speak to the family of Lance Naik Hanumantappa.”