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We need laws against traitors, so that there is no Naseeruddin, Hamid Ansari or Navjot Sidhu: RSS leader Indresh Kumar

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 17 March 2019, 9:59 IST
RSS leader Indresh Kumar

Amidst the India-Pakistan face off since last month, the political rhetoric has grown and now a senior RSS leader has claimed that ‘Pakistan will be a part of India by 2025.’

Addressing a public gathering on the subjec ‘Kashmir-Way Ahead’, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s national executive member said, “Aap likhkar lijiye 5-7 saal bad aap kahin Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Sialkot mein makan kharidenge aur business karne ka mauka milega, (You can take it down that five-seven years later, you will get a chance to buy a house or do business somewhere in Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi and Sialkot).”

Indresh hoped for an “Akhand Bharat” whose borders would be similar to that of European Union and he also implied that it was Delhi which ensured that neighbouring Bangladesh gets a favourable government.

He added that “The Indian government has taken a tough line on Kashmir issue for the first time. This is because the Army acts on political willpower, and now, the political willpower has changed. So, we have dreams of settling in Lahore and not needing permission from China to go to Mansarovar. We have ensured a government in Dhaka of our liking. A Bharatiya Union of Akhand Bharat on the lines of European Union can take shape.”

Making a controversial remark on politicians, actors and former Vice President of India, Indresh said, “While praising the Army, they start seeking proof. Opposing Modi, they start praising Pakistan. We need a new law for traitors such as this, whether they are studying in JNU or are in Maharashtra. Then there won’t be a Naseerudddin, Hamid Ansari or Sidhu.”

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First published: 17 March 2019, 9:59 IST
 
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