Waving Of ISIS Flags In Kashmir Must Be Dealt With An Iron Hand, Says Shiv Sena

16/11/2015 1:36 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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SRINAGAR, INDIA - JUNE 27: Kashmiri protesters displaying the flags of ISIS during a protest against alleged desecration of Jamia Masjid by police personnel yesterday after Friday prayers, on June 27, 2015 in Srinagar, India. Clashes broke out in several parts of downtown Srinagar on Saturday against the alleged desecration of Jamia Masjid by government forces yesterday. Reacting very sharply against police action, Auqaf Jamia Masjid, which functions under Mirwaiz, called for a shutdown in Srinagar followed by Geelani, Malik and Shah. (Photo by Waseem Andrabi/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

MUMBAI -- In the wake of Paris terror attacks that claimed at least 129 lives, the Shiv Sena today said that it was time India dealt with periodic incidents of waving of ISIS flags in Kashmir with an "iron hand".

The Sena also noted that talks of human rights of terrorists should be shunned as they need to be rooted out completely.

"ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks, has lately become active in Jammu and Kashmir as well. The raising of ISIS flags in Kashmir is a very serious issue. After the human slaughter in Paris, we need to deal with this issue even more seriously," the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.

The edit said that it was imperative for India to understand that Western countries' fight against terror was limited to their own interests and "we need to fight terror in our own way."

"Many countries including Pakistan have condemned the terror attacks in Paris. One can only laugh when a country like Pakistan condemns these attacks because the neighbouring country is a factory that makes terrorists.. But until these terror attacks happen on their soil, America and European nations won't understand India's pain."

"Terrorists are not even leaving European nations now."

"Cracks are developing in their once impregnable security walls. This incident has claimed the largest number of lives after the Second World War. Europe needs to take lessons from this incident. Shun talks of human rights of terrorists and eliminate them from their roots," the Sena said.

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