Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray hit out at PM Narendra Modi asking him to stop ‘Mann Ki Baat’ and start ‘Gun Ki Baat’ to teach a lesson to Pakistan, after Pakistan Army mutilated two Indian soldiers Naib Subedar Paramjit Singh and BSF head constable Prem Sagar.
“Kashmir is burning and the government must take action. It’s time to stop ‘Mann ki Baat’ and start ‘Gun ki Baat’ against Pakistan,” said Thackeray in a sharp reaction to the recent brutal attack by Pakistan.
Earlier, another Maharashtra minister Ramdas Kadam of the Sena slammed Modi, saying he should focus more on national security than elections. “What’s stopping the centre from taking direct action against Pakistan? How many more soldiers should be lost and how many more widows we should see before India does something?”
Kadam demanded direct action against the Pakistan for its aggressive acts.
Pakistan’s Border Action Team (BAT) had mutilated the bodies of two Indian soldiers on Monday.