BC Patil says there should be shoot at sight law for those make anti-national remarks


Team Udayavani, Feb 24, 2020, 4:24 PM IST

Bengaluru: Minister BC Patil said that shoot at sight law should be implemented in the country for those who raise pro-Pakistan slogan or speak ill of India.

Addressing presspersons he said, “Shoot at Sight law has to be brought in the country for those who speak ill of India or raise pro-Pakistan slogans.”

He further added, “They are enjoying food, water and air of the country. Why should they be here if they raise ‘Pakistan zindabad’ slogan?”

“In China, people are scared to talk against their country. I request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring in a tough law to deal with traitors,” he urged.

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