RAJNATH ASKS PAK TO MEND ITS WAYS
Training guns on Pakistan, the home minister said the neighbour was testing India’s patience over ceasefire violations.
CHANDIGARH:Training guns on Pakistan on Tuesday, Union home minister Rajnath Singh said the neighbouring country was testing India’s patience over ceasefire violations.
“We want cordial relationship with Pakistan, but they are testing our patience now. I want to remind them, it is not the same India...we have now turned into a powerful country. They must mend their ways,” he said here.
Reacting to the statement of Azam Nasir Ul-Islam — who has been nominated as the next Grand Mufti of J&K — that Indian Muslims are living in a pathetic condition and only option for them is to separate, Singh said: “We should rise above caste and religion. I believe India is a secular country and people from every caste, creed and religion are safe here.”