Terrorists training camps in Bangladesh, a threat to India:Rajnath
Gaya, Apr 14 (UNI) National BJP president Rajnath Singh today urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to take strong steps for wiping out terrorist training camps in Bangladesh as it was posing grave threats to the unity and integrity of India.
Addressing a press conference here, Mr Singh said " more than 200 training camps were running in Bangladesh which was targetting youths to engineer disruptive activities in India." He said the Centre should evolve an international opinion to fight terrorism which was not confined to one country but its activities were fast spreading to almost every corner of the globe.
He alleged that more than two crore Bangladeshis had sneaked into the country and if steps were not taken to check infiltration, the situation would turn explosive posing threat to unity and integrity of the country.
He said ISI activities in India had increased in the country during the recent past.
The BJP leader said popularity graph of the UPA government was decreasing and added that huge public support to his Rathyatra was an indication in this regard. He rubbished the UPA government's claim that inflation was decreasing saying if it was true, how the price of essential commodities was increasing.
Mr Singh deplored the reservation policy of the Centre saying its ministers were making contradictory statements on the issue.
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