Houston Sep 24 2016
A significant crowd assembled in front of the Consulate of Pakistan in Houston Texas on a sunny day.
Protesters were carrying placards that read “Pakistan Ivy League of terrorism’ and some appeared in Military uniforms while others carried both American and Indian flags.
A spokesman described the event was ‘in honour of those fighting Terrorism’ which should be referring to the recent attacks at Uri Army camp by Jihadis from across Pakistan Occupied kashmir that killed atleast 17 Indian Soldiers.
The wave of unrest fomented by paid agents and recurrent Terrorist strikes by ISI proxy groups has evoked widespread outrage across India with people demanding some Military retribution to be delivered to Pakistan.
The Protest at Houston shared that sense of anger and reflects the despair of many Indians at lack of any Military response and the endless pursuit of Jihadi Terrorism, which saw the American Congress framing a formal declaration of Pakistan as a Terroist State pending some specific actions by them.