Want to stay in India, then chant Vande Mataram: Sadhvi Prachi

New Delhi: After being prevented from going to Kasganj, Sadhvi Prachi who arrived in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh said that “if you want to stay in India, then you will have to chant Vande Mataram.”

Those who fail to say so will have to go to Pakistan, Sadhvi said. Adding to that she said, “we lost Chandan in Kasganj in the incident of Kasganj, due to the negligence of police administrative officers,” Navbharat Times reported.

The past 15 years of Police Administrative Officers have not changed the mindset of SP, BSP. Sadhvi said that she will complain about this matter to the Chief Minister of UP Yogi Adityanath.

Sadhvi said, “Today the people are living in a particular area of the community are not safe at all. Those who oppose reciting Vande Mataram should understand that if you want to stay in Hindustan then you have to say Vande Mataram, otherwise you will have to go to Pakistan.”

At the same time, in response to a question on law and order, she defended the Yogi government.