Imran Khan should ensure terror wiped out completely from Pakistan: Rajnath

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh took a dim view of Pakistan Premier Imran Khan’s remark that a win for Narendra Modi in the Lok Sabha election would revive hopes for Indo-Pak peace, saying he should instead ensure that terrorism is wiped out completely from his country.

Singh said India would extend all help to Pakistan in fighting terrorism if it showed sincerity in eradicating the menace emanating from its soil. Asked during an interview to the PTI on Sunday whether the recent statement by Khan that it would be good for peace between India and Pakistan if the BJP and Modi returned to power showed he was a fan of the Indian premier, Singh said, “Only he (Khan) can reply to that.”

After a brief pause, Singh smilingly said if Khan was so serious of wanting Modi to return to power and normalise relations with India Read more

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