RSS leader Indresh Kumar on Saturday said surgical strikes sent a message to Pakistan that India "can enter Lahore anytime". Delivering a lecture on the "present situation in the country", he said security forces had eliminated about 300 terrorists under the coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir. "We formed a government in Kashmir and were able to complete three-four important tasks. Work done... Then we left the government, made a sacrifice," he said.
"In alliance, we had to carry out operations... 250 to 300 terrorists were eliminated. The Army, police, NIA and Intelligence Bureau were given a free hand to destroy the (terror) funding network," Mr Kumar said.
"We carried out surgical strikes. It was a message to Pakistan that we can enter Lahore anytime. So, be careful," he said.
Mr Kumar said he dreams of an "Akhand Bharat" and exhorted the audience to "construct a house in Nagpur and another in Lahore or Rawalpindi".
"We pray to God that we breathe our last in an 'Akhand Bharat'," he said.
The RSS leader also said a future India would be built on the ideals of RSS founder KB Hedgewar and Dalit icon Dr BR Ambedkar and there would be no discrimination.