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Pakistani Flag Burnt With the Resolution for United India Gaya, 14 August (Dainik Jagran).
Today in Gaya and Bodhgaya on the day of resolution for a united India the Bajrang Dal burned the Pakistani flag. The leaders of the Bajrang Dal said that in order to build a united India it was essential to remove Pakistan from the world map.
The march began at Candchaura square in Gaya and concluded at Chowk. In the concluding ceremony several speakers spoke at length on the vision of a united India. The speakers said that in order to maintain the balance of power in the world it was essential for India to develop as a powerful nation. Pakistan was an obstacle to this. The youth should resolve to efface the name of Pakistan from the map of the world.
Whilst addressing the meeting several of the leaders of the Bajrang Dal said that the 14th of August 1947 had not been auspicious for for India.

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