Kalaburagi (Gulbarga): The whole nation is engaged in expressing shock over the terrorist attack of Pathankot and the incident is being analysed in different quarters from varied angles.
Pramod Muthalik, founder head of Sri Rama Sene, speaking to mediapersons here on Thursday, said that it was wrong on prime minister Modi’s part to have paid a surprise visit to Pakistan on his way back home from a scheduled trip to another country.
Taking a dig at the PM, he said that by projecting himself as a ‘messenger of peace’, Modi seemed to be aspiring to bag the Nobel Peace Prize.
Muthalik said that Modi owed it to the nation to explain the motive behind his sudden decision. He stressed that Modi, who all these years proclaimed that terrorism and peace talks could not go together, should tell the people of the country what exactly made him to drop in at Pakistan off schedule.
Muthalik further said that the use of pen should be replaced by the use of gun with Pakistan henceforth. Only then Pakistan could learn a lesson. Until then all relationship with that country should be severed, he urged.
Besides, said Muthalik, the prime minister should issue a statement on the terrorist attack on the Pathankot airbase and defence minister Manohar Parrikar, who admitted that there was a security lapse, must quit on moral grounds.