11/01/2016 1:21 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST

Pathankot Attack: Modi's 'Tolerance' To Terror Attacks Should End, Says Shiv Sena

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NEW DELHI, INDIA - JANUARY 2: Members of Hindu Sena, burn an effigy of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to protest against a militant attack at the Pathankot Air Base, on January 2, 2016, in New Delhi, India. Suspected Islamist gunmen have staged a pre-dawn attack on a key Indian Air Base near the Pakistan border with two militants killed in a shootout, officials said, striking a blow to the neighbours' fragile peace process at Pathankot. Four terrorists and three Indian Air Force (IAF) personnel were killed in an attack on an Air Force Base in Punjab’s Pathankot district early on Saturday morning, setting alarm bells ringing across the country. (Photo by Arun Sharma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

MUMBAI -- Advocating a strong response to the Pathankot terror strike, Shiv Sena today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "tolerance" to such attacks should end.

"Our tolerance to terror attacks is commendable. But there is a limit. We pray that the tolerance of Modi to such attacks should end," an editorial in the Shiv Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.

"The US has pressurised Pakistan on Pathankot issue, and as usual, the ball is in Pakistan's court. Waiting for what happens next is the only thing in our hands," Sena said.

"Terror outfit JeM has added salt to our injury by claiming that only six terrorists were no match for the Indian army," the Sena said.

Such attacks won't stop till such evils are given a befitting reply, the editorial said.

It will be difficult if India's rulers don't abide by the "Kshatriya dharma" and tackle the enemies in time, the Sena said.

"Why should there be compulsions in case of India only? Countries like Russia, France, America and England give a strong response to their enemies and do not push the ball in their enemy's court," it said.

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