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Splitting Pak into 4 parts is the only permanent solution,' says Subramanian Swamy


TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Dec 27, 2017, 14:10 IST


BCCLRajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy


The Rajya Sabha Parliamentarian tweeted saying India needs to take revenge for Pakistan humiliating Jadhav's wife and his motherSwamy compared their treatment by Pakistan to what the character of Draupadi faced in the epic war drama, The MahabharataThe BJP MP said all these suggestions are his own opinion which "often becomes party's opinion also"

NEW DELHI: To avenge the intimidation and humiliation of Kulbhushan Jadhav's kin by Islamabad, India "should wage war against Pakistan to tear it apart into four pieces", said BJP MP Subramanian Swamy.

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He added that splitting Pakistan is the only "permanent solution" and remedy in dealing with the "envious and vengeful" country. "Serious homework" for the war should begin "right now", Swamy said, according to PTI.

The Rajya Sabha Parliamentarian also tweeted saying India needs to take revenge for Pakistan humiliating Jadhav's wife and his mother by forcing them to remove their mangalsutra, bindi and bangles.

Before targeting Hindu women for not putting sindoor on their forehead first avenge the removal of Mangal Sutra from Jadhav's wife by Pakis

— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) 1514335130000

Swamy's comments came after the external affairs minister (MEA) yesterday revealed details of the Christmas day meeting of Jadhav - who's on death row in Pakistan for alleged espionage - with his wife and his mother. The ministry detailed the hours of humiliation faced by Avanti Jadhav and Chetankul Jadhav, the mother and wife, respectively, of Jadhav.

Swamy compared their treatment by Pakistan to what the character of Draupadi faced in the epic war drama, The Mahabharata.

"Whatever treatment was given to the mother and wife of Kulbhushan (Jadhav) is akin to Draupadi's vastraharan that resulted in Mahabharata," said Swamy, according to PTI news agency.

Read Also:SP leader courts controversy on Kulbhushan Jadhav issue, BJP calls it 'betrayal of national interest'

"It's very unfortunate and we are hurt...and now the time has come when we should wage war against Pakistan to tear it apart into four pieces," he told reporters late yesterday.

The Rajya Sabha MP said all these suggestions are his own opinion which "often becomes the party's opinion also".

He also said the MEA must immediately stop issuing visas to Pakistanis coming to India for medical treatment. He was referring to the fact that India, despite strained ties with Pakistan, makes an exception when it comes to granting visas to Pakistanis for medical purposes


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