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Shiv Sena attacks BJP over Kashmir and West Bengal situation

ANI  |  Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] 

A day after chief and (BJP) president in Mumbai, the former launched a fresh attack on the latter over grim situation prevailing in and West Bengal, in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.

In the editorial the said that while the may win in case of snap polls in and also get its presidential nominee elected, but wondered whether it would be able to save the valley.

"and his party's eyes are on mid-term polls in But instead of mid-term poll results, we are worried about what will happen in Kashmir and in violence-hit Darjeeling," the Sena said in Saamna.

It said the biggest question today was till when we should keep counting the number of martyred security personnel.

"says will last its five-year term. But will our Kashmir remain on India's map?" it questioned.

The Sena said that Chief Minister was openly supporting "youth attacking" soldiers and was blaming jawans for the present situation in Kashmir.

"When the Sena talks about farmers and takes a nationalist stand over issues, attempts are made to teach us a lesson. But not a word is spoken against by the On the contrary they are supporting it," it said.

"Maharashtra shouldn't be a priority. The situation has gone out of hand in Kashmir and Darjeeling where innocents are being killed. One may have political differences with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee but nobody should try to take political advantage of the situation there," it added.

"Whatever has to happen in Maharashtra mid-term polls will happen. Amit Shah says they will form the You will get their president elected. You will win all elections. But will you be able to save Kashmir?" it asked.

The Sena further said that it appears that organisations like Islamic State, Lashkar e Taiba, Al-Qaeda and ISI have already wrested control over the critical border state.

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First Published: Mon, June 19 2017. 16:42 IST