In a good move Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan disclosed that government would push United Nations to include Hindu extremist group of India ‘Shiv Sena’ in the terrorist organizations due to its anti-Pakistan activities.
He also said that despite Pakistan’s sincere efforts to normalize the relations between two neighboring countries Indian response was rigid. In reality anti-Pakistan statements and activities in India are on the rise, extremist groups like Shiv Sena are threatening to Pakistani citizens who visit India. He revealed that Pakistan would not proceed with talks on any sort with India until latter behaves responsibly.
Under the government of Prime Minister Modi, it is being debated that India has become a country with extremis on the rise. Unprecedented extremist activities are being reported in the country every day. Last month a meeting between Pakistan and India’s cricket board officials was cancelled after Shiv Sena workers stormed the Mumbai office of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Shiv Sena also threatened Pakistani singers and actors to leave India, famous gazal singer Ghulam Ali’s concert was cancelled in Mumbai and New Delhi after constant threats from the said group. Activists of Shiv Sena also threatened famous actors of Pakistan Fawad Khan and Mahira Khan and ultimately they left India where they were busy in shooting of their movies. Shiv Sena activists had attacked Sudheendra Kulkarni who was hosting a book launching event where book of former Pakistani foreign minister Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri’s had to be launched in Mumbai. Interior Minister also said that Pakistani Cricket team could not visit India at a time when extremists are threatening every Pakistani in India. Indian Cricket Board by backing off its promise to play with Pakistan in United Arab Emirates has offered limited overs series to be played in India.
It is a laudable decision of Interior Minister to raise issue with United Nations of anti-Pakistan activities of Indian extremist group Shiv Sena.