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Apr 22, 2018
8:29AM

Pakistan conspiring to break up India: Home minister Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has alleged that Pakistan was trying to break up India by helping terrorists sneak into the country, but the Armed Forces are giving it a befitting reply.

He was addressing a gathering at Diu in the Union Territory of Daman and Diu today. Mr. Singh said that the entire international fraternity is putting pressure on them to leave the path of terrorism but it helps terrorists sneak in to India. He lauded the armed forces for giving a befitting reply to terrorists.

Home Minister was visiting Diu to inaugurate various projects. He said that Diu will soon become a Smart City with the Centre allocating Rs 1,400 crore for its development. He said that India cannot become a developed country until all states develop equally.

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