Jammu : 27th Martyrs Day of Late Pt. Tika Lal Taploo, Vice-President of BJP Kashmir, was observed at K.K. Resorts, Jammu, where tributes were paid to this great leader and also to those civilians and persons of security forces who have been killed by the terrorists.
The programme was organized by BJP Kashmir Displaced District under its District President Chandji Bhat.
BJP State President & MLA Sat Sharma (C.A), who was the Chief Guest on the occasion, applauded the work done by Amar Shaheed Tika Lal Taploo and termed him as a symbol of nationalism and the voice of the Kashmiri people who never compromised on principles. He said that in the demise of Tika Lal Taploo during early period of militancy in Kashmir, not only BJP but the entire nation had lost a person who was face of nationalism in the Kashmir valley. He assured the displaced community that BJP was always with them and today at this crucial junction when Kashmir is boiling there is the need of a leader like Tika Lal Taploo. He also supported the resolution passed by BJP Kashmir displaced district on the return of the community to the valley adding that the BJP stands by its commitment for the dignified return of Kashmiri Pandits.
Sham Choudhary, Minister of PHE & Irrigation and Flood, who was the Guest of Honour in the programme, highlighted the contribution of Pt. Tika Lal Taploo among Kashmiri Pandits and BJP in particular. Sham Choudhary also paid tribute to Pt. Premnath Bhat who was killed by terrorists in Anantnag and other martyrs.
MLC Surinder Ambardar paid tribute to Pt. Tika Lal Taploo, Premnath Bhat, martyrs of Wandahana, Chattisinghpura Nadimarg etc. and supported the resolution related to return of Kashmiri Pandits to the valley.
The resolution was moved by Prof. M.K. Raina and it was seconded by Secretary Ravinder Razdan.
The proceedings of the programme were conducted by P.L. Dhar and concluded by J.L. Pandita.
Children from Vishwa Bharti School and Mahila Wing of BJP Kashmir Displaced District presented songs and Veena Gupta, District President BJP Mahila Morcha also joined them.
Deepali Wattal, sung poem ‘may prajit pidi ka nahi, kyo mey apni haar maanta hoon’.
Laxmi Koul from Kashmiri Samaj of London also paid her tributes to martyr.
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