VHP_1 H x W: 0 New Delhi. VHP expressed its deepest condolences on the brutal mob lynching of the SHO Ashwini Kumar of Kishanganj Police Station of Bihar by Islamic Jihadists and expressed alarm over attack on his police party demanding that the criminals be harshly curbed and contained. Secretary-General of VHP Milind Parande said in a statement that this episode of atrocious assassination on Saturday morning at Panthapada village under Panjipara police station area in North Dinajpur district of West Bengal is not the first of its kind in the region. This region, notorious for Bangladeshi infiltrators, liquor and smuggling has also seen attacks on security forces many times before. But, due to the apathy of the local police administration of Bengal and political patronage, this area has become a haven and paradise for criminals. The area, by becoming the sleeper cell of Jihadi terrorists, also poses a threat to India’s internal security. A full stop is mandatory on such activities of these assassins, criminals and illegal intruders. He said that being a border district of Bihar, the criminals after committing a crime in Bihar easily get a sanctuary in Bengal and if the police force follows them for investigation then the criminals act as sworn enemies of the police party. Expressing his deepest condolences to the bereaved family members at the supreme sacrifice of the SHO Ashwani Kumar, VHP also said that now it is absolutely necessary in high gear action to choose one Bangladeshi infiltrator after another and ensure their deportation from the country and make their political connections public.
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