Breach Ceasefire and Teach Pakistan a Lesson: Sena Tells Centre

If Pakistan can violate ceasefire so many times, it would not be wrong for India to violate ceasefire to straighten their crooked tails, Sena said.

Published: 03rd June 2015 11:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd June 2015 11:39 AM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI: Lashing out at Pakistan over its repeated ceasefire violations across the border in Jammu and Kashmir, Shiv Sena on Wednesday said it would not be wrong for India as well to breach the truce to teach the neighbouring country a lesson.

"In 2013, Pakistan indulged in ceasefire violations 347 times and the number went up to 562 in 2014. As many as 32,000 people living along the border areas had to leave their homes to find shelter elsewhere," it said in its editorial mouthpiece 'Saamana'.

"Only when the Indian army retaliates and kills the Pakistanis do the firings stop from the neighbouring country. If a small country like Pakistan can violate ceasefire so many times, it would not be wrong for India to violate ceasefire to straighten their crooked tails," Sena said.

The saffron party said that Pakistan's economic condition is going from bad to worse with each passing day and the country is only known for living on the financial assistance provided by the USA.

"Pakistan's condition as a nation has become grim. The terror that Pakistan grew in its backyard to attack India is now destroying it. Terror activities have come down significantly in India, but it is like an everyday affair in Pakistan," it said.

On Monday, Pakistani troops had violated the ceasefire by firing automatic weapons and rocket projectile grenades on forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.

One Indian army jawan was injured after Pakistan fired at a BSF post in Hiranagar sector of Jammu.


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