Jammu, April 12: In occupied Kashmir, brandishing sharp-edged weapons, Bajrang Dal activists took out a rally in Jammu to strengthen movement to evict Muslims, particularly Rohingyas from the region.
The rally started from Akhada near Tawi Bridge, where over 200 youth joined Bajrang Dal. After the function was over, the Bajrang Dal activists took out a motorbike rally brandishing swards and trishuls.
The activists took rounds of the city before the rally culminated at the temple near Shalamar.
The Bajrang Dal activists talking to media said that they had pledged to drive out the Rohingya Muslims and Bangladeshi nationals from Jammu.
They said that they had started door-to-door campaign in Jammu to ensure construction of Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya, India.