The Vishwa Hindu Parishad has asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop all diplomatic dialogue and act like former PM Indira Gandhi in dealing with Pakistan.
VHP chief Praveen Togadia said Tuesday that India’s foreign policy towards Pakistan was marked by failure. He asked the PM to put an end to diplomacy of “sarees, shawls and mangos” and order a cross-border strike on Pakistan.“India’s foreign policy towards Pakistan has failed. We failed to punish those responsible for Mumbai attacks and that has encouraged them to send more terrorists across the border,” Togadia said.
“We had faith that under PM Modi, India would bring back and punish Dawood Ibrahim but that has not happened,” he said.
“Instead, Pakistan is sending Jihadis armed with AK-47 rifles to attack India… India should stop all dialogue and teach Pakistan a lesson,” said Togadia.
The VHP chief said Modi should show political will like Indira Gandhi and further divide the neighbouring nation.
Condemning the terrorist attack in Punjab, Togadia said India must learn from US, which carried out strikes in Pakistan to hunt down former Al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden. “We believe PM will prove his strength by ordering a cross-border strike on Pakistan to bring back terrorists wanted in India,” he added.
Togadia also slammed actor Salman Khan and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi for speaking for clemency to Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon. He said both Salman and Owaisi should be sent to Pakistan.
“Salman has proved that he is a Muslim first and Owaisi’s speeches show that terrorism has a religion,” he said.
He also said that those waving IS and Pakistani flags in the Valley needed to be shot down.
First published on: 28-07-2015 at 05:50:44 pm
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