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Modi government busy with issues like "Gau Hatyaa" while Pakistan killing our jawaans: Shiv Sena

Mumbai- An editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana slammed the Modi government over its Pakistan policy amid a raging debate over what should be India's response to the neighbouring country should be.

Amid a raging debate over what India's response to Pakistan should be in the wake of mutilation of bodies of two Army soldiers, the Shiv Sena has hit out at the Modi government's Pakistan policy.
The Shiv Sena, which is an ally of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led NDA government at the Centre, criticised the government, saying it is concerned about gau hatya and note ban instead of addressing the real issues.

An editorial in Sena's mouthpiece Saamana asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come out with a strong policy to give a befitting reply to Pakistan.

"We are still stuck on Pakistan issue. The PM should declared how many countries are supporting us on Pakistan issue. For our one martyr, we will get 10 heads of Pakistani soldiers... these were the words used by some who have now acquire power in Delhi. But still our Jawan's are being killed," the editorial said.

"Pakistan Army crossed the border and mutilated our two soldiers. At the same time in Kashmir five policemen were killed in an attack. Everyday, farmers are committing suicides, jawans are being killed ... we don't have any right to say Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan. A Small country like Pakistan is insulting India everyday," it added. 


Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had on Tuesday advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop his Mann ki Baat and instead start Gun ki Baat to punish Pakistan for killing two Indian soldiers and mutilating their bodies.

Addressing a gathering of party workers in Mumbai, Thackeray said whatever needs to be done on the matter"has to be done now".

"Its time...he (the PM) stops that (Mann ki Baat) and starts Gun ki Baat with Pakistan to teach it a lesson," he said.

Mann ki Baat is Modi's popular monthly radio address to the nation.

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