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Terror being used as a state policy by some nations: Rajnath

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is being used as a state policy by some nations and the world must unite against it, union Home Minister said on Friday.

"Some nations are using terror as their state policy. Those nations must be isolated," Rajnath said here at All India Christian Council (AICC) meet, hinting at Pakistan without naming it.

"There can be differences over thinking and issues with some nations, but no way can a gun be chosen to resolve them," he said, adding, "the global community is facing the consequences of terrorism."

--IANS

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Terror being used as a state policy by some nations: Rajnath

Terrorism is being used as a state policy by some nations and the world must unite against it, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday.

is being used as a state policy by some nations and the world must unite against it, union Home Minister said on Friday.

"Some nations are using terror as their state policy. Those nations must be isolated," Rajnath said here at All India Christian Council (AICC) meet, hinting at Pakistan without naming it.

"There can be differences over thinking and issues with some nations, but no way can a gun be chosen to resolve them," he said, adding, "the global community is facing the consequences of terrorism."

--IANS

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Terror being used as a state policy by some nations: Rajnath

is being used as a state policy by some nations and the world must unite against it, union Home Minister said on Friday.

"Some nations are using terror as their state policy. Those nations must be isolated," Rajnath said here at All India Christian Council (AICC) meet, hinting at Pakistan without naming it.

"There can be differences over thinking and issues with some nations, but no way can a gun be chosen to resolve them," he said, adding, "the global community is facing the consequences of terrorism."

--IANS

ruwa/ask/vt

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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