He, however, did not name the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen Lok Sabha member who on Tuesday asked why those questioning the patriotism of Muslims were silent over the deaths of Muslim soldiers in the Sunjuwan army camp terror attack.
He said the social media had been used extensively to spread separatist sentiment among the youth.
"It is time those who join militant ranks and those who support them understand that it benefits nobody and only brings hardships into the lives of the common man," he said.
He said identifying the terror leadership and eliminating them continued to be the force's priority as far as tackling terrorism was concerned.
"The enemy is frustrated and is trying to strike softer targets. When they fail at borders they attack camps."
"There is no differentiation. They keep jumping from one outfit to the other. Anyone who picks up arms and is against the state is a terrorist, and we will deal with him," he said.
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