New Delhi, May 15 (UNI) The Janata Party today demanded that the country should take 'retaliatory actions' like repopulating Jammu and Kashmir with ex-servicemen to nullify the political aims of Jehadi terror groups.
Stating that people expected much more than wailings and running commentary by the Centre over the spate of diabolical killings by the Jehadi terrorist organisations in India, party President Subramanian Swamy said that repopulating Jammu and Kashmir state with 50,000 ex-servicemen offering them good stipend and modern arms to defend themselves should be the country's answer against the designs of the Jehadi's for 'Hindu cleansing' plans of the Jehadi elements, he said in a statement.
As a retaliation against the attacks on the temples, the government should acquire the mosque in Kashi Vishwanath temple and permit building of Ram temple in Ayodhya as the Supreme Court had held as a constitutional step, the acquisition of mosques for public use. Without such strong deterrant action against terrorists, India can not be safe from the hostile mercenaries, he said.
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