In a stern warning to Pakistan, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that that Kashmir has always been a part of India and that no one can separate it from its territory.
Speaking at an event in poll-bound Tripura, the Home Minister in an aggressive tone said, "Our neighbouring country, Pakistan, continuously tries to create havoc and destabilise India. It continues to engage in nefarious activities in Kashmir."
Singh said that "Kashmir was, is and will always be an integral part of the Indian territory. There is no one who can separate Kashmir from India, Kashmir was, is and will remain ours)," Singh was quoted as saying by ANI.
Last week, Rajnath slammed Pakistan for continuously violating the ceasefire agreement with India, saying Islamabad should not misinterpret India's "decency".
Attacking the Congress, Singh claimed that there were "serious allegations of corruption" to the tune of Rs 4 lakh crore against the UPA government under the leadership of Manmohan Singh.
The election on 60 legislative assembly seats in Tripura will be held on February 18, and the results will be declared on March 3.
|CPIM||49||50||Election Date : Feb 18 2018 |
Counting : Mar 03 2018
|Total||60||59 (1 Vacant)|