Shiv Sena welcomed the chief of army’s remark today to retake Pakistani-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and asked the center to instruct it, as this would be the best way to teach the “Tukde-Tukde gang” a lesson To give.
"Tukde-Tukde Gang" is the term right-wing activists use to refer to ideological rivals they claim to support separatist elements in the country.
"General MM Naravane showed his Marathi pride shortly after taking command of the Indian Army. He clearly said that PoK is ours … If the center issues orders, we will take PoK," said the Shiv Sena his mouthpiece SaamnaMost of the terrorist training camps in Pakistan are located in this region.
Although Shiv Sena severed ties to the BJP with Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) at the end of last year before the government was formed in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena commented on several issues – such as the abolition of Jammu and Kashmir's special status, Pakistan, and nationalist icon VD Savarkar – stay unchanged.
The Saamna The editors claimed that Pakistan's "habits" had not changed even after the Indian strike in PoK in 2016, and Kashmir proved to be nothing more than an electoral problem for the ruling BJP that was squeezed a few kilometers ,
"That is why we welcome General Naravane's new policy. He said that the Indian Parliament passed a resolution in February 1994 stating that all of Jammu and Kashmir – including PoK – are an inseparable part of India," the editorial said , It was the "wish" of the country for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take a decision in this regard, he added.
Shiv Sena praised Union Interior Minister Amit Shah for his role in abolishing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by order of the President on August 5 last year. "As soon as General Naravane receives orders from Modi-Shah, PoK will belong to us and Veer Savarkar will be decorated with flowers from Akhand Bharat," the editorial said.
Akhand Bharat, which means "undivided India", includes nations from South, East and Central Asia that were once part of Pan-Indian empires or were influenced by the spread of Hinduism or Buddhism.
General Naravane said on Saturday that the Indian army would take "appropriate measures" to recapture PoK once it received an order from the central government. "There is a parliamentary resolution that the entire region of Jammu and Kashmir is part of India. This area (PoK) should also belong to us. If we receive orders, we will take appropriate measures," said the military chief in Delhi.
(With input from ANI)