After Bihar BJP leader Giriraj Singh and VHP's Praveen Togadia, it was the turn of Shiv Sena leader Ramdas Kadam.
Ramdav Kadam's vitriolic comments came in the presence of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and Shiv Sena head Uddhav Thackeray, on Monday, April 21.
Kadam went on to say that "Muslims" who vandalised police vehicles, damaged public property and attacked women police personnel during the Azad Maidan riots in August 2011, "will not be spared".
Kadam added that Narendra Modi will also avenge the attacks on Indian soldiers by Pakistan once he became the Prime Minister.
"Within six months of becoming the PM, Modi will take action against those Pakistanis who have beheaded our soldiers. Manmohan Singh and (Maharashtra CM) Prithviraj Chavan are shamelss, but Modi will not spare those Pakistanis," Kadam said at a rally in Kalyan, Mumbai.