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Apr 15, 2019
2:21PM

Arun Jaitley says national security and terrorism are most important issues which concern India

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Senior BJP leader and Union Minister Arun Jaitley today said national security and terrorism are the most important issues which concern India in the long run.  In a Facebook post, Mr Jaitley said, the opposition parties argue that elections have to be fought on the real issues and not on the issues of national security. 

Mr Jaitley said, for the last few months, the government has sent a clear message that terrorism will not be acceptable in the Kashmir valley. He said, the rule of law is effectively being imposed and the activities of the separatists have been curtailed.
 

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