Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday stated that New Delhi has appealed to Pakistan to help in tackling terrorism.
"We have appealed to Pakistan to help in tackling terrorism because Pakistan today is facing crisis due to terrorism. Our government is taking all possible measures to tackle terrorism. Not just India, but entire world knows who is responsible for terrorism," Singh told the media here.
Earlier on May 13, over forty people were killed in Pakistan's Karachi city when the terrorists entered a bus and opened fire.
There were around 60 passengers, including children, on the bus, mostly from the Ismaili community.
A pamphlet found at the spot has claimed the role of the Islamic State (IS) militants in the killings and has threatened more attacks.
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