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"We have nothing to give as Pakistan has already taken Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir and now we have to take it back," he said at a valedictory function of a training camp of Swayamsewaks here on Saturday.
Charging the Prime Minister with "lacking clarity of thought on the issue", Mr. Sudershan asked: "What give and take? Will Pakistan agree to our taking back of PoK?" Stating that Pakistan's policy was based on hatred for India, the RSS chief said politicians in that country understood it quite well and would not stop aiding and abetting violence in our country.
Mr. Sudershan said people of both India and Pakistan want peace but the leadership in Islamabad would not allow friendship between the two countries as it would pose a threat to their survival.
Mr. Vajpayee and the Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, had in recent statements talked about the need for compromise from both sides to resolve the Kashmir issue.
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