JAIPUR: In context of Uri Attack, Hundreds of people protested across several cities of Rajasthan on Monday. They carried out candle marches and organized rallies in the city. Candle marches were held at Amar Jawan Jyoti near SMS Stadium, Statue Circle in Jaipur.
During the rally, protestors raised anti-Pakistan slogans and insisted the Indian government to take revenge against the killing of Indian soldiers.
"Sunday's assault explains Pakistan's weak principle of `a thousand cuts'. Pakistan can't win a traditional war against India, hence, it is draining us through its militants.Government needs to react to this incitement," said Sunil Rajawat, the coordinator of hostile to Pak challenge in Chaksu.
In Jaipur-Delhi higway, the furious dissenters in Shahpura smoldered the national banner of Pakistan. They even demanded that Indian Army must be given `free hand to do strikes against the adversary state'.
The dissenters even In Ajmer, supplications were offered for the left while a likeness of the Pakistani executive was scorched, with individuals censuring the fear based oppressor assault. Comparative challenges emitted in urban areas like Alwar, Bharatpur, Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur, Jhunjhunu, Pali, Jodhpur, Hanumangarh and Ganganagar.
In Barmer and Bhartpur, models of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif andPakistani Army boss Raheel Sharif were scorched.
"We should give a solid message to our neighbors that this time we won't sit quietly,"said Rajveer Singh, an individual from Rajput Sena.
Individuals likewise did quiet walks in Bhilwara, Jaipur, Churu and Sikar with nonconformists requesting that groups of saints be given all administration benefits.
A light walk close Amar Jawan Jyoti by undergrads paid reverence to Nimb Singh Rawat, a warrior from Rajwa town close Rajsamand region who was executed amid the dread assault in Uri.