Indian minister calls for shooting down who raise pro-Pakistan slogans


KARNATAKA, India: An agriculture minister here on Monday said that those who raise pro-Pakistan slogans should be shot at sight.

B.C. Patel said that the Indian parliament should pass a law allowing shooting a person raising a pro-Pakistan or anti-India slogan.

Citing the example of China, Patel requested Prime Minister Modi to introduce a strict law to be used for ‘traitors’.