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Shiv Sena Welcomes Army Chief’s Remark Over PoK, Urges Centre To Move Ahead On The Issue

Referring to the surgical strikes made by India in the same region, the Samana editorial stated that Pakistan's habits have not changed even after that

Mumbai: The Shiv Sena said while welcoming General MM Naravane’s remarks on Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK), said that PoK is an integral part of India and urged the Center not to back down on the issue as it would be the best way to teach. “Tukde-tukde gang” a lesson.

The Shiv Sena said in its mouthpiece, “New Indian Army Chief General Naravane has shown Marathi pride soon after taking over. General Narwane has stated in unambiguous terms that PoK is ours … If the Center gives the order, we will be on PoK Will take over. ”

“The General said that there is nothing wrong. Most of the terrorist training camps are running in PoK and these terrorist camps are run with the support of Pakistani Army and ISI.”

Referring to the surgical strikes made by India in the same region, the Samana editorial stated that Pakistan’s habits have not changed even after that.

It said that’s why we welcome the new policy of General Naravane. General Narwane says that the Parliament of India passed a resolution in February 1994 that the entire Jammu and Kashmir including PoK is an inseparable part of India.

Saying that General Narvan is seeking orders from the Center, the editorial said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will give such orders … This is the will of the country.”

Congratulating Home Minister Amit Shah for the abolition of Article 370, “Now as soon as General Narwane gets orders from Modi-Shah, PoK will be ours and Veer Savarkar will be garlanded with flowers of unbroken India.”

The editorial urged the Center not to back down on the issue, saying that it would be the best way to teach a lesson to the “ruckus-ridden gang”. He said that PoK is an integral part of Jammu and Kashmir.

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