New Delhi, July 4, 2019 An emergency meeting of Indo-Palestine Friendship Society and other NGOs was held in New Delhi, the Indian capital which reviewed the most horrifying act of a liquor company in Israel which has printed image of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, India. The other day by publishing a picture of Mahatma Gandhi by Israeli Liquor Company insulted deliberately the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.
The Executive Chairman of Indo-Palestine Friendship Society, the Chief Patron of National Panthers Party & Sr. Advocate in the Supreme Court of India, Prof. Bhim Singh who presided over this meeting, expressed deep shock on the silence of the Govt. of India leaving it for Members of Non-Treasury Benches to mention the same.
Prof. Bhim Singh expressed deep shock on the silence of the Prime Minister of India over a criminal act of Israel which has printed Mahatma Gandhi’s photo on liquor bottles selling the picture of the Father of the Indian Nation in the market of Israel, a Zionist State.
Prof. Bhim Singh also expressed surprise on the senior Members of Parliament from different political parties to keep low key position when this matter was mentioned on the floors of Rajya Sabha only. NPP Supremo expressed another shock that such a anti-India matter was not mentioned by any poplitical party inside the House of Commons (Lok Sabha).
Prof. Bhim Singh called on the President of India for his intervention in this matter so that such blunders are not ignored by the Members of the Treasury Benches and the Lok Sabha. Mahatma Gandhi was ignored by Zionists in 1935 when he had expressed support to the Palestinian cause and in favour of Palestine State. He also called on other progressive, secular and left organisations inside Indian Parliament to ponder over their failure to raise such an important issue inside the Lok Sabha.
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