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Headley's deposition has fully exposed Pak: Rajnath Singh

By PTI
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Balrampur (UP), Feb 12: Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's deposition has fully exposed Pakistan and it should take decisive action against those behind Mumbai terror attack, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.

"After Headley's deposition, Pakistan has been fully exposed...it should act against the culprits of 26/11 as its reality is now before the entire world," Singh, who was here to take part in a programme, told PTI.

'Headley's deposition exposed Pak'

Reacting to the recent incident in JNU, he said no one will be allowed to play with the integrity and sovereignty of the country and stern action will be taken against all those responsible for it. The Union Home minister said India wants to become world leader but not by frightening or threatening anyone.

"Rather, we want to take everyone along so that the world could take inspiration from India," he said. Singh said English should be learnt along with Hindi but the behaviour should be as per Indian tradition and heritage which is very old and recognised by the world.

"If I had my way I would have implemented Sanskrit education in all the schools of the country," he said. Stressing that Central government was working in the interest of farmers, and for that the farmers insurance scheme has been launched.

On his arrival here, Singh inaugurated blood donation camp of the Shastra Seema Bal (SSB) and paid obeisance at the Devi Patan temple. Singh was welcomed by party MPs Yogi Adityanath, Jagdambika Pal, Daddan Prasad, Kirtivardhan Singh among others.

PTI

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