Modi should follow Hitler’s path: Sena

Panduranga Mhaske
Thursday, 13 July 2017

Shiv Sena chief late Balasaheb Thackeray had said that to eliminate terrorism if Hitler or his soul entered his body and mind, he did not care. And the people are remembering him after the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims

Mumbai: To eliminate terrorism, if Prime Minister Narendra Modi follows Adolf Hitler’s path, the Shiv Sena will appreciate the Prime Minister, said Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut while speaking to Sakal Times at his office in Mumbai on Wednesday. Raut said the terrorism against India is increasing and the situation in Kashmir has worsened over the last three years.

“The terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims is an absolute failure on the part of the Union government. To solve the problems of terrorism in Kashmir and to improve the situation in Kashmir, the public perception was that the BJP and Narendra Modi are the solution, which had been proved false,” Raut said.  

“Shiv Sena chief late Balasaheb Thackeray had said that to eliminate terrorism if Hitler or his soul entered his body and mind, he did not care. And the people are remembering him after the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims,”  Raut said.

“People in Kashmir were under the impression that if Modi became the prime minister, he would control all the situations.  

“Also the people in Kashmir will stay in a fearless atmosphere. Even refugees may return to their own land. But no such thing seems to have happened,” he said.

“The people of the nation cast their votes for Modi, as he assured in his election campaign that he would not spare terrorists if elected prime minister. But over the last three years, the situation has become worse and there is no hope now,” he said.

“This was happening in the Congress era and Indians were fed up of terrorism and that was the USP for Modi to get elected, but here the situation has not been controlled. It has gone beyond control and every day terrorists or the Pakistani soldiers are killing Indian soldiers or Indian citizens,” Raut claimed.

“The social life, and the economic situation in Kashmir has become worse, if it continues then we may lose Kashmir,” he warned.

 

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