Monday, November 16, 2009

VHP accuses China of arming Maoists

Avanish Tiwary / DNAMonday, November 16, 2009 10:04 IST Email

Bangalore: Ashok Singhal, the president of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, blamed China for Maoist insurgency in India and said the UPA government's soft approach was responsible for this menace.

"China is supplying huge amount of weapons to the Maoists via Burma, Bangladesh, and Nepal," Singhal said.

He called for the use of army and air force to deal with the insurgency. He criticised the UPA government for not being stern on the issue and said this is the "weakest government in the history of India."

"China is the biggest enemy of India and the UPA government is afraid of taking any action against them," he said.

"India should tell China to free Tibet and the Dalai Lama should rule there," he said.
Singhal slammed Jamait-E-Ulema-E-Hind for its fatwa against singing Vande Mataram. He said union home minister P Chidambaram, instead of punishing them, shared the same podium with them and even glorified them. He said his party would

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