Jamshedpur: Vishwa Hindu Parishad international working president Pravin Togadia on Friday said the Indian government should take tough measures to tackle the Kashmir issue.
Addressing a press meet at Chamber Bhavan, Bistupur, the firebrand Hindu leader said, “It is really saddening that Pakistani agents looted EVMs and destroyed booths in the valley in the by-elections.
They also insulted our CRPF jawans. Carpet bombing was needed to rein in these stone-pelters (Pakistan agents). United States dropped 10,000 kg non-nuclear bomb on network of caves and tunnel used by Islamic State in eastern Afghanistan. India should also use carpet bombs on Pakistani agents and Jehadi training sites. There should no dialogue with Pakistan now,” Togadia said.
Togadia said he was sure Prime Minister Narendra Modi would initiate steps to bring back Kulbhushan Jadhav who has been handed out a death sentence by Islamabad for alleged spying.
The VHP leader further said that there was an urgent need for a uniform and stringent law against cow slaughter at national level. He said serious steps must be taken to enforce cow protection law in the country. He said it is the need of the hour. He said the government should take immediate steps towards enforcing cow protection laws in the country. He lamented that the central government has failed on this front.
“It is a serious issue in the country and must be addressed. We have evidence about one lakh cows being transported to Bangaldesh. There are talks about cow vigilantes but no discussion takes place when it comes to cow slaughtering. It is really shocking that thousand of cows are being slaughtered but there are no talks on this front. Cow protection law should be strongly enforced in the country, Togadia said.
The VHP leader said that the people involved in the act must be punished and no steps were being taken against cow slaughter. It’s a failure of the central government on not stopping cow slaughter,” the VHP leader said.
“We also suggest that the Union Home Ministry’s advisory to state administrations should also clarify that authorized people and entities working for the important task of cow protection should not be harassed.
We are confident that the Centre will take the work of saints and organizations towards cow protection to newer heights,” Togadia said.