Hindu organisations protest Kashmir killing

via H K Correspondent published on May 3, 2006

New Delhi, May 3

Several Hindu Organisations in the national capital has taken out a huge rally today to protest against the massacre of 35 Hindus in Jammu and Kashmir.  

The hundreds of slogan shouting protesters were stopped by the police outside Parliament Street police station as they marched towards Rashtrapati Bhawan from the Jantar Mantar. A five-member delegation later handed over a memorandum to the President’s office demanding enhanced protection to Hindus in J and K. It also opposed the Government-initiated dialogue process 
with Kashmiri separatist groups, including the visiting Hurriyat leaders. 

Earlier, state leaders of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the Arya Sabha, the Bajrang Dal, the Hindu Mahasabha, the Shiv Sena and the Agarwal Samaj were among those who addressed the protest meet at Jantar Mantar. 

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