Mumbai : Shiv Sena Supremo and the only son of the veteran Shiv Sena Leader and founder of the Maharashtra regional Party Bala saheb Thakeray, Uddhav Thackeray has strongly criticized Prime Minister of India Narendra Damodardas Modi having a dialogue with Nawaz sarrif, The Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Shiv Sena Chief said that Modi meeting Sharif was unfortunate.
“What can I say about the meeting. What was happening earlier (during earlier governments) is happening again. People are saying nothing has changed. The same tradition followed earlier is being followed now.
It’s sad.”said Uddhav while responding to journalists on what he thought of Modi meeting Sharif.
Alluding to yesterday’s firing incident at the border which killed a BSF jawan,Uddhav said that while shaking hands with Pakistan, Modi should first check, “Whether or not the hands were stained with the blood of our soldiers.”
The Sena President though claimed that they were still hopeful that Modi would teach Pakistan a ‘lesson’. “He (Modi) has the courage and conviction, we know it, and the people know it. He can teach Pakistan a lesson. Since the cross border operation in Myanmar we thought that Pakistan would be taught a lesson. It hasn’t happened but we are hopeful that it would happen soon.”said President.