Sena dares Centre to allow Army chief to get PoK, finish tukde-tukde gang


Shiv Sena in its latest attack on the Centre, raked up new Indian Army Chief General Naravane’s comment on waiting for the Centre’s order to reclaim Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK).

Shiv Sena, in its mouthpiece editorial ‘Saamna,’ said that rather than making comments against the “tukde-tukde” gang, Centre should give the Army a map of India and permit the Army chief to reclaim the PoK if the government is actually serious about wiping out the “tukde-tukde” gang.

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“The General said nothing wrong. Most of the terror training camps are running in PoK and these terror camps are run with the support of Pakistani Army and ISI,” it added.

Referring to the surgical strike conducted by India in the same region, the Saamna editorial said Pakistan’s habits have not changed even after that.

The editorial while referring to the killing of soldiers in Valley, said that the Kashmir issue comes to the fore only for political and electoral purposes.

“That is why we welcome General Naravane’s new policy. General Naravane’s says Indian parliament had in February 1994 had passed a resolution that entire Jammu and Kashmir, including PoK, is an inseparable part of India,” it said.

Asserting that General Naravane is asking for orders from Centre, the editorial said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give such orders…this is what the country wishes.”

Hailing Home Minister Amit Shah for the abrogation of Article 370, “Now as soon as General Naravane gets orders from Modi-Shah, PoK will be ours and Veer Savarkar will be garlanded with flowers of Akhand Bharat.”