THOSE WHO SUPPORT TERRORISTS SHOULD BE SHOT: BAJRANG DAL LEADER
MEERUT: A Bajrang Dal leader has triggered a controversy by allegedly suggesting that those who raised anti-India slogans in the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) after a militant Manan Wani was killed in Kashmir, should also face an encounter with security forces.
Balraj Singh Dungar, the Bajrang Dal’s prant sanyojag, made the controversial statement during a programme of the organisation’s women wing Durga Vahini in Baghpat on Saturday. Speaking to HT, Dungar said bullets should be pumped into chest of those who support terrorists and their acts in the country. He said such elements deserve no mercy.