Punjab: Shiv Sena threatens to disrupt Indo-Pak bus service

Shiv Sena Punjab on Thursday threatened to disrupt the international bus service between Lahore and New Delhi to protest Pakistan’s increasing hostile attitude towards India.
Talking to reporters, Sena state president Sanjeev Ghanauli and chairman Rajiv Tandon urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to end his “political honeymoon” with Pakistan and take the recourse of teaching Pakistan “a befitting lesson”.
“Otherwise, posterities and history would remember you as a weak Prime Minister,” they remarked. The duo did not elaborate on the outfit’s plan or methods of “putting hurdles” in the bus service but maintained that their activists would not allow the two buses to pass through Punjab.
They alleged that “Pakistan-sponsored” terrorists disrupted Amarnath Yatra in Kashmir every year.
Referring to Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani’s killing by the security forces in Kashmir last Friday, they said, “The Pakistani Prime Minister mourning and expressing ‘shock’ over the death of a terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir reveals his dual face.”
“In view of Pakistan’s continued hostile attitude towards India and promotion of cross-border terrorism and narco-terrorism, all road, rail, cultural and sports links and ties with that country should be snapped by us,” they said.

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