Indian Minister vows for attacking Pakistan and capturing Azad Kahsmir in an all out decisive war
NEW DELHI - Indian Union Minister Ramadas Athawale has said that India should go for an all out decisive war with Pakistan and take away the Azad Kahsmir from Pakistan.
He had asked for and an all-out decisive war with the neighbouring country with the aim of taking back Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Times of India has reported.
"Pakistan frequently violates ceasefire. Although we have extended hand of friendship to them so many times, I feel now the time has come for a decisive battle with Pakistan. That country needs to be taught a lesson," the union minister of state for social justice and empowerment said.
In his motion of thanks to President's address in Rajya Sabha, Athawale quoted former PM Atal Vajpayee to strengthen his rationale for the war with Pakistan.
We should take a cue from what Atal ji said and warn Pakistan that if it doesn't accept our offer of friendship, we will attack," the Maharashtra leader said.
"The attack should be so severe that not only we are able to seize the illegally occupied portion of Kashmir but also some parts of the Islamic republic," he added.