Pakistan trying to destabilise India: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan trying to destabilise India: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi, July 21 (IANS) Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said Pakistan is trying to destabilise India by sponsoring terrorism.

“Pakistan is trying to destabilise India,” Singh said in the Lok Sabha during a discussion on the situation in Kashmir.

“If terrorism is there in India then it is due to Pakistan which is sponsoring terrorism,” the Home Minister said.

“Our neighbour is conspiring to disturb the situation in the Kashmir Valley in the name of the religion,” Singh alleged.

He stressed the situation in Kashmir would soon become normal.

“I am confident that the pride and fame of Kashmir will be restored,” Singh asserted.

Lashing out at Pakistan, Singh said: “They broke off from India in the name of religion, but today they are broken in two parts because of terrorism. Every day they are fighting against it.”


  1. Since the day Pakistan was created, it has been a pain in the neck for India. What is stopping India from applying pressures short of going to war?

    India should economically strangulate Pakistan, so that it either comes down on its knees or squeals like a pig beggiing for help.

  2. Like Modi Bhaktha’s sing in chorus blaming 60 years Congress rule, Home Minister found easy escape blaming Pakistan for Kashmir crisis.
    If history is any guide, similar feelings were created when former Indian PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee visited Lahore on Dosti Bus in 1999, Pakistan’s General Musharraf visited Agra in 2001 or Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited Delhi in 2014 to attend the swearing in of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But the initial excitement proved so effervescent as entrenched strategic positions soon reared their heads once the dialogue started in earnest.

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi surprised everyone by paying a short visit to his Pakistani counterpart on his birthday on December 25. This was the first visit of an Indian premier to Pakistan in 12 years and has raised high hopes for peace on both sides.

    In the ultimate analysis, much would depend on whether the two leaders will be able to show not only bold and imaginative leadership but also policies that change destinies of their peoples. Anything less will be the continuation of the same old story.

    Why the diplomacy has not gone beyond Hugs and Handshakes?

    Did Home minister know who is shooting on their own citizen?Is he aware that BJP is the bigger coalition partner in J&K governance?

    Is he going to blame ‘Jat Quota Protests which Cost Rs. 34,000 Crore Loss To Northern States’ as well?

    A soldier or a jawan killed anywhere in India doesn’t anger you. You care least for his life. It’s harsh but it’s a fact. But you only get agitated in Kashmir, because here it has been termed a ‘Hindu-Muslim problem’.

    So when there is no Hindu-Muslim issue, you are indifferent. Just like Article 370 which angers you. But Article 371 is not of your concern. That you can’t go to some North Eastern states without permit, doesn’t bother you because these three states don’t have the same communal angle here.

    Jai Hind

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