Rajnath Singh – Indian soldiers are ready, if they come to the Pakistani border, they will not be able to go back

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Rajnath Singh - Indian soldiers are ready, if they come to the Pakistani border, they will not be able to go back

Rajnath Singh – Indian soldiers are ready, if they come to the Pakistani border, they will not be able to go back: Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday that Pakistan should stop promoting terrorism otherwise no one can stop it from breaking to pieces. He said that no one needs to break Pakistan, it will break itself.

Singh also warned Pakistan at a ceremony to honor the families of 122 soldiers who laid down their lives for the country. He said that if the people of Pakistan cross the Line of Control, the Indian Army is ready, will not let them go back.

The Defense Minister said, “Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has given good advice to his people not to cross the Line of Control, because Indian soldiers are ready and will not let them return to their country.”

Rajnath Singh said Indian soldiers are ready if Pakistani come to the border they will not be able to go back

Let me tell you that Imran Khan, while addressing a rally in Muzaffarabad on Friday, told the people that they should not go towards the Line of Control until they say no.

Pakistan cannot digest Article 370

Rajnath Singh said that Pakistan is unable to digest the decision of the Government of India to abolish Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and has even reached to confuse the United Nations. But the international community does not trust Pakistan’s say.

The Defense Minister said that the number of minorities in India has increased since independence. In contrast, the population of Sikhs, Buddhists and other minorities in Pakistan has not only decreased but their rights have also been violated. He said that minorities in India were safe, secure and will remain safe. In India, people are not discriminated against on the basis of caste and religion.

In a program organized by Maruti Veer Jawan Trust, the Defense Minister also provided assistance of Rs 2.5 lakh to each of the 122 families.

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