Mumbai, Oct 20 (UNI) Reacting sharply to the increasing demand from the Congress to ban Bajrang Dal, Shiv Sena Supremo today sought the banning of Samajwadi Party and said its leader Amar Singh should be sent to Pakistan.
In an editorial of party organ 'Samna', the senior Thackeray claimed that some of the terrorists arrested in the Jamia Nagar Batla House encounter were activists of Samajwadi Party and for this reason the Party should be uprooted for the sake of the country's interest.
He said it was SP which kept on defending Parliament attack accused Afzal Guru and delaying his execution, however, the Congress rather than demanding a ban on traitors demand ban on Hindu and Nationlist oufits like Bajrang Dal.
Mr Thackeray also praised Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his father Salim Khan and said Indian Muslims should follow Salim Khan, who, in a recent interview to a newspaper, said though he was a Muslim by religion he was Hindu by culture.
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