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Pak's entire establishment fueling terrorism in India: Rajnath

Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

In a blistering attack on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, Home Minister today said its entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and warned that "those who rear snakes would be bitten".

is against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, but does not hate" its people, the minister said and offered help to conduct anti-campaign in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir for the "closure of terror factories".



The Home Minister's attack on comes a day after Prime Minsister Modi dubbed it as the mothership of terrorism.

Addressing the the two-day Regional Editors Conference from north and northeast states here, he said, "Pakistan's entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and that's why, the management of areas along the Indo-Pak border has become a challenging task...But those who rear snakes should know they would bite them."

By adopting as its state policy, is getting isolated not only in South but also in the international community, Singh said.

"is so much obsessed with some issues that neither it can benefit others nor it can see its own welfare. Its obsession with Kashmir has reached such a level that it cannot tell apart a terrorist from a freedom fighter," the Minister said.

He termed Pakistan's flexible attitude towards as "the biggest hindrance" in the bilateral relationship.

"As far as the relationship between and is concerned, the biggest hindrance is as its attitude towards is quite flexible. As far as India's intention is concerned, we want to eliminate from the entire region," Singh said.

He said the logic of state and non-state actors which used to be given in connection with has now turned "hollow".

The Home Minister stressed that "hates" sponsored and not its people.

"No hatred towards people of Pakistan. We do not hate people of and we do not want to keep a distance from them. We hate Pakistan-sponsored only.

"If its intentions remain clear, can help carry out an anti-error campaign in PoK. If wishes, it can seek our help and is ready to help it. It can also take help from anyone in the global community. But its intentions are not clear," he said.

Singh said that with the closure of "terror factories in Pakistan, peace and harmony will prevail in South and a way to development and prosperity will open.

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

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Pak's entire establishment fueling terrorism in India: Rajnath

In a blistering attack on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said its entire establishment is engaged in fueling terrorism in India and warned that "those who rear snakes would be bitten". India is against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, but does not hate" its people, the minister said and offered help to conduct anti-terrorism campaign in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir for the "closure of terror factories". The Home Minister's attack on Pakistan comes a day after Prime Minsister Narendra Modi dubbed it as the mothership of terrorism. Addressing the the two-day Regional Editors Conference from north and northeast states here, he said, "Pakistan's entire establishment is engaged in fueling terrorism in India and that's why, the management of areas along the Indo-Pak border has become a challenging task...But those who rear snakes should know they would bite them." By adopting terrorism as its state policy, Pakistan is getting isolated not only in South Asia ... In a blistering attack on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, Home Minister today said its entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and warned that "those who rear snakes would be bitten".

is against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, but does not hate" its people, the minister said and offered help to conduct anti-campaign in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir for the "closure of terror factories".

The Home Minister's attack on comes a day after Prime Minsister Modi dubbed it as the mothership of terrorism.

Addressing the the two-day Regional Editors Conference from north and northeast states here, he said, "Pakistan's entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and that's why, the management of areas along the Indo-Pak border has become a challenging task...But those who rear snakes should know they would bite them."

By adopting as its state policy, is getting isolated not only in South but also in the international community, Singh said.

"is so much obsessed with some issues that neither it can benefit others nor it can see its own welfare. Its obsession with Kashmir has reached such a level that it cannot tell apart a terrorist from a freedom fighter," the Minister said.

He termed Pakistan's flexible attitude towards as "the biggest hindrance" in the bilateral relationship.

"As far as the relationship between and is concerned, the biggest hindrance is as its attitude towards is quite flexible. As far as India's intention is concerned, we want to eliminate from the entire region," Singh said.

He said the logic of state and non-state actors which used to be given in connection with has now turned "hollow".

The Home Minister stressed that "hates" sponsored and not its people.

"No hatred towards people of Pakistan. We do not hate people of and we do not want to keep a distance from them. We hate Pakistan-sponsored only.

"If its intentions remain clear, can help carry out an anti-error campaign in PoK. If wishes, it can seek our help and is ready to help it. It can also take help from anyone in the global community. But its intentions are not clear," he said.

Singh said that with the closure of "terror factories in Pakistan, peace and harmony will prevail in South and a way to development and prosperity will open.

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

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Pak's entire establishment fueling terrorism in India: Rajnath

In a blistering attack on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, Home Minister today said its entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and warned that "those who rear snakes would be bitten".

is against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism, but does not hate" its people, the minister said and offered help to conduct anti-campaign in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir for the "closure of terror factories".

The Home Minister's attack on comes a day after Prime Minsister Modi dubbed it as the mothership of terrorism.

Addressing the the two-day Regional Editors Conference from north and northeast states here, he said, "Pakistan's entire establishment is engaged in fueling in and that's why, the management of areas along the Indo-Pak border has become a challenging task...But those who rear snakes should know they would bite them."

By adopting as its state policy, is getting isolated not only in South but also in the international community, Singh said.

"is so much obsessed with some issues that neither it can benefit others nor it can see its own welfare. Its obsession with Kashmir has reached such a level that it cannot tell apart a terrorist from a freedom fighter," the Minister said.

He termed Pakistan's flexible attitude towards as "the biggest hindrance" in the bilateral relationship.

"As far as the relationship between and is concerned, the biggest hindrance is as its attitude towards is quite flexible. As far as India's intention is concerned, we want to eliminate from the entire region," Singh said.

He said the logic of state and non-state actors which used to be given in connection with has now turned "hollow".

The Home Minister stressed that "hates" sponsored and not its people.

"No hatred towards people of Pakistan. We do not hate people of and we do not want to keep a distance from them. We hate Pakistan-sponsored only.

"If its intentions remain clear, can help carry out an anti-error campaign in PoK. If wishes, it can seek our help and is ready to help it. It can also take help from anyone in the global community. But its intentions are not clear," he said.

Singh said that with the closure of "terror factories in Pakistan, peace and harmony will prevail in South and a way to development and prosperity will open.

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