Rajnath Singh's warning to Pakistan, says, if its repeat the mistake of 1965 and 1971 then...'

Sep 22 2019 05:34 PM
Rajnath Singh's warning to Pakistan, says, if its repeat the mistake of 1965 and 1971 then...'

Patna: Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday that Article 370 and Article 35A of the Constitution have played an important role in giving rise to terrorism in Kashmir. It bled Kashmir. Now let us see how much power is there in Pakistan and how many terrorists are born on the land of Kashmir? Rajnath Singh has warned Pakistan that even now talks with Pakistan will not be on Kashmir, but on Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.

Addressing the public awareness rally in Patna, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that three quarters of Jammu and Kashmir was in favor of abolishing most of the provisions of Article 370. Rajnath Singh further said that any terrorist who will step on the land of India will not be able to return to Pakistan. He said that Article 370 had become a canker for our Constitution. It was ruining our hearts and Kashmir. He has clearly stated that a terrorist from one country cannot be considered a freedom fighter in another country.

Rajnath Singh further said that, everyone sees the dream. People say that they too have a dream, but that cannot be fulfilled. Our PM Narendra Modi fulfilled this and showed the world that if we open our eyes and dream, we can turn it into reality. Rajnath Singh said that Pakistan should not make the mistake of repeating the mistake made in 1965 and 1971, because if they repeat this mistake, then they should think what will become of Kashmir occupied by Pakistan.

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