‘India won’t fire 1st bullet’

unnamedIndia won’t fire the first bullet, said Home Minister Rajnath Singh. He said, “like India, Pakistan, too, is a victim of terrorism” and both countries must unite against terrorism. India and Pakistan had a common enemy in terrorism and both must fire bullets on militants and not at each other, home minister said. He was talking to a 16-member team led by Pakistan Rangers DG Major General Umar Farooq Burki who is in India for talks with the BSF on border issues. Rajnath underlined the need to prevent ceasefire violations and infiltration across the border.

Medaram Jathara

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