Pakistan will get disintegrated into seven parts: Indresh

RSS leader Indresh Kumar on Monday said Pakistan will soon disintegrate into seven parts and will cease to exist on the global map.
“Truth of life is that whosoever is born in this world has to die one day”, Indresh Kumar said while addressing a event organized by Muslim Rashtriya Manch here, adding that the same way Pakistan was born on August 14, 1947 and its end is near.
Indresh Kumar said, in the times to come Pakistan will be split into seven parts and vanish from the world map.
He said people living in Pakhtoonistan, Balochistan, Sindhu, PoK, Gilgit, Baltistan and Punjab are not ready to accept citizenship of Pakistan and are at the verge of revolting against Pakistan.

He said the situation is very grim in Pakistan and seeds of its disintegration have already been sown.
Convener of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch Nazir Ahmad Mir, Assistant Organisation Secretary Gulshan Kumar and State President Manzoor Hussain also shared their thoughts on the occasion.

Addressing another function organised by Saksham in Jammu, Indresh Kumar said all those people who are living in India and are more loyal towards Pakistan, whether they are staying in Kashmir valley or any other part of India, should be sent to Pakistan.
He said, all those people who are loyal towards Pakistan are enemies of India and Islam. “They are dishonest. I appeal to the State and the Union governments to make stringent laws to punish all those who remain loyal to Pakistan, while remaining in India”, he added.
He said all those people who crossed over to Pakistan at the time of partition continue to survive their as ‘Muhajirs and refugees’. He said all those people creating regional and religious divide pose a threat to peace and brotherhood. They are akin to cancer and need more intense treatment than routine chemotherapy, he maintained.
The function was organised by ‘Saksham’. Dr Gautam Mengi Sah Prant Sanghchalak, Convenor Saksham Abhay Pragal, Mayor Chandra Mohan Gupta and large number of volunteers of Saksham attended the programme.

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