There should be 'shoot at sight' law for those speaking ill of India, raising pro-Pakistan slogans, says Karnataka minister BC Patil

  • Karnataka agriculture minister BC Patil has said that there should be a shoot at sight law brought in the country for those who raise pro-Pakistan slogans or speak ill of India

  • Speaking to media on Sunday, Patil said, ' Shoot at sight law has to be brought in the country'

  • 'I request Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring in a tough law to deal with traitors', he added

Chitradurga: Karnataka agriculture minister BC Patil has said that there should be a shoot at sight law brought in the country for those who raise pro-Pakistan slogans or speak ill of India.

 There should be shoot at sight law for those speaking ill of India, raising pro-Pakistan slogans, says Karnataka minister BC Patil

Karnataka agriculture minister BC Patil. ANI

Speaking to media on Sunday, Patil said, "In my opinion, there is a need for a law that has to be brought in India. Shoot at sight law has to be brought in the country for those who speak ill of India or raise pro-Pakistan slogans. It is very much needed."

"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 said.

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