"The way our forces entered Myanmar to eliminate terrorists, we are capable of doing the same in Pakistan occupied Kashmir as well," it said.
"Indian Air Force Chief (Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha) says the intent and decision (to strike at terror camps in PoK) will have to be taken by the political leadership. It is understood then that there is no dearth of willingness and capabilities, but there is less or no political will to do so," the Shiv Sena said.
"What bravery is it that we keep garlanding the coffins of martyred jawans? Enter Pakistan once and eliminate terrorism from its roots," the party said.
Slamming Pakistan, it said, "Those who we kill are given the status of martyrs by them and memorials are constructed."
"We are not fighting a battle with Pakistani soldiers, but with terrorists who have been trained by the neighboring country. Sadly, these terrorists are outweighing us," it said.
The Sena rued that the country has to pay a heavy price while fighting with militants. The recent attacks in Gurdaspur, Udhampur and now in Kupwara make it seem that we are unable to teach Pakistan a lesson. On the contrary we need to learn lessons, the Shiv Sena opined.

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