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Pakistan responds to Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks on terrorism

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In response to Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh’s remarks on terrorism the place he stated that “If they [terrorists] run away to Pakistan, we will enter Pakistan to kill them (Pakistan mein ghus ke marenge),” Pakistan on April 6 stated that the Indian authorities “habitually resorts to hateful rhetoric to fuel hyper-nationalistic sentiments, unapologetically exploiting such discourse for electoral gains.”

In an interview to a tv channel Mr. Singh responded to a query on an article printed in The Guardian that stated India had carried out the execution of virtually 20 terrorists since 2020 inside Pakistan. “If any terrorist tries to disturb the peace in Bharat, or tries to carry out terror activities in Bharat, we will give them a befitting reply (muh tod jawab),” he stated.

Denouncing his remarks, Pakistan introduced up their claims of “India’s campaign of extrajudicial and transnational assassinations on Pakistani soil” citing proof that they had offered in January this yr.

“India’s assertion of its preparedness to extra-judicially execute more civilians, arbitrarily pronounced as “terrorists”, inside Pakistan constitutes a transparent admission of culpability. It is crucial for the worldwide group to carry India accountable for its heinous and unlawful actions,” Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry stated in a press launch.

“India’s ruling dispensation habitually resorts to hateful rhetoric to fuel hyper-nationalistic sentiments, unapologetically exploiting such discourse for electoral gains,” it added.

In January, in response to Pakistan Foreign Secretary Muhammad Syrus Sajjad Qazi’s claims that India had carried out two extra-judicial killings, MEA Spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal had termed it Pakistan’s “latest attempt at peddling false and malicious anti-India propaganda.” Stating that Pakistan has lengthy been the epicentre of terrorism, organised crime, and unlawful transnational actions, the spokesperson added that to “blame others for its own misdeeds can neither be a justification nor a solution.”

The Ministry of External Affairs has declined to touch upon whether or not Mr. Singh’s assertion was at odds with the MEA place, as quoted within the article, that the allegations have been false.

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