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Mar 10, 2019
8:31AM

Pak would have to pay a huge price if it continued to promote terrorism, says Rajnath Singh

PTI
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said, Pakistan would have to pay a huge price if it continued to promote terrorism.

Addressing BJP's Shakti Kendra office bearers convention at Mangaluru in Karnataka, Mr Singh said, India will not provoke anyone, and at the same time will not spare anyone if provoked.

He said, no force in the country could deter the BJP from its fight against terrorism.

The Home Minister also reminded the people about the 2016 surgical strike after the Uri attack and the Indian Air Force airstrike at Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps at Balakot in Pakistan after the Pulwama incident.

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