Sunday, Dec 14, 2003
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Carrying placards, activists of the Sena's Delhi unit converged on the Jantar Mantar after a `havan' at the party office to pay homage to those who died defending Parliament two years ago.
An effigy that represented `Islamic terrorism' was set on fire as activists shouted `ISI Hai Hai', `Hurriyat Conference Hai Hai,' `Lashkar-e-Taiba Hai Hai,' `Aatankwadion Ki Vakalat Karne Vaale Vakil Rashtriya Dhrohi Hain.' Later a memorandum was submitted to Mr. Vajpayee stating that some of the accused in the Parliament attack case were still operating from jails, making a mockery of Indian laws.
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