The Shiv Sena criticised former Jammu and Kashmir chief ministers Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah over their stand on Article 35-A of the Constitution, saying if such voices are not curbed Jammu and Kashmir will remain in the grip of unrest and instability.
Mufti recently warned that any tampering with Jammu and Kashmir’s special status would “undermine and nullify” the state’s accession to the Union, while Abdullah sought a separate Prime Minister for Kashmir.
The Sena said both the leaders have openly challenged the Constitution and the law of the land.
“If such worms are not crushed in time, then Kashmir will always remain unstable and in unrest. Only the roar of Hindutva can provide a shield for the country. However the issue should not be forgotten after elections,” it said.