BJP workers attempt to stop Delhi-Lahore bus in Jalandhar

Updated on Jul 28, 2015 02:44 PM IST
Around 50 BJP workers tried to stop Delhi-Lahore bus in PAP chowk against Pakistan over Gurdaspur terror attack around 1pm in Jalandhar on Tuesday.
Hindustan Times | By, Jalandhar

Around 50 BJP workers tried to stop Delhi-Lahore bus in PAP chowk against Pakistan over Gurdaspur terror attack around 1pm in Jalandhar on Tuesday.

The workers were taken into preventive custody by Navi Baradari police when it looked like they would surround the bus. They were later released by the police.

The bus changed its course and crossed the area under tight security.

Meanwhile, the Shiv Sena party workers burnt Pakistan flag during their protest against Gurdaspur incident.

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