Bilawal’s Statement: BJP, Congress resort to violent remarks

NEW DELHI: Politicians cutting across party lines came together on Saturday to hit out at Pakistan Peoples Party chairman a for his remarks that will take back entire Kashmir from India.
Addressing party workers in Multan on Friday, Bilawal had said he and his PPP will get back entire Kashmir from India. He said, “I will take back Kashmir, all of it, and I will not leave behind a single inch of it because, like the other provinces, it belongs to Pakistan.”
Reacting to Bilawal’s comments, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy said, “I think it is a very immature comment. Young man is totally inexperienced in politics and for family reasons he has been promoted to this position as patron in chief of the PPP. But he should learn a lesson” The BJP leader further made violent remarks by saying India was capable of finishing the existence of Pakistan if it comes to a war.
Swamy also warned that Pakistan should not try to force India into a confrontation.
“We do not want a war; we have fought four wars and have won all of them,” Swamy said.