Pulwama attack: Indian-Americans protest outside Pak Consulate, Permanent Mission in New York

Indian-Americans protest outside the Pakistan Consulate in New York on Saturday (ANI Photo)

A large number of Indian-Americans held a protest in front of Pakistan’s Permanent Mission to the UN and its Consulate, strongly condemning the terror attack against Indian security forces in Pulwama and demanding swift action against Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed and its leader Masood Azhar.

Members of the Indian-American community from the New York and New Jersey area raised slogans against Pakistan and carried placards as they waved the Indian tri-colour during the protest outside the Pakistani Consulate and Permanent Mission premises in Manhattan Friday afternoon.

The agitated protestors also waved the Indian tri-colour and the American flag as they demanded justice for the terror attack, saying the deaths of the 40 Central Reserve Police Force personnel will not go in vain.

Jagdish Sewhani, President of The American India Public Affairs Committee and one of the organisers of the event, told PTI that through the protest, the message to Pakistan is that “enough is enough. This time we will not forgive and we will not forget”.

He said the Pulwama terror attacks is the “final nail in the coffin” for the Pakistani terrorists who have repeatedly targeted India over the years, from the 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament, the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks to the Pathankot and Uri attacks.

He added that the UN Security…

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