Indian soldier, who recited patriotic poem against Pakistan, gets death threat

Manoj Thakur, the head constable from Himachal Pradesh, has vowed to lead a massacre if he comes face to face with any of the 'infidels'.

Indian soldier, who recited patriotic poem against Pakistan, gets death threat
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New Delhi: An Indian soldier, who won over the Internet by singing a popular patriotic poem, has received a death threat.

Manoj Thakur, the head constable from Himachal Pradesh, posted on Facebook that he was getting death threats.

The video, which went viral after Uri attack, showed Thakur in a bus giving an extremely enthusiastic message. He is seen singing ‘Kashmir to hoga, lekin Pakistan nahi hoga` — a poem made popular by Sadhvi Balika Saraswati of the VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad).

Unfazed by threats, Thakur has, however, vowed to lead a massacre if he comes face to face with any of the 'infidels'.

Here is his Facebook post:

Have a look at the video:

Thakur is currently posted in Kinnaur.

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