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Feb 24, 2019
7:35AM

PM says country fight is against terrorism, not Kashmiris; Warns people against targeting Kashmiris

PTI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said our fight is for Kashmir, not against Kashmiris and warned against the targeting the Kashmiris, who he said have suffered the most in the wake of  Pulwama terror attack. 

Addressing a public meeting in Tonk in Rajasthan yesterday he said  the rest of the country must support them.

Mr Modi said that the security of each and every Kashmiri is the responsibility of every citizen of the country.

Prime Minister said there is consensus in the entire world against terrorism and India is moving ahead with strength to punish the perpetrators of terrorism.

He said country will not sit quiet after suffering this pain and knows how to crush terrorism.

Mr. Modi said that peace cannot prevail in the country unless the factory of terrorists is neutralised. 
 

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