Pakistan Forces Meet Home Minister Rajnath Singh

India will not fire the first bullet towards Pakistan as it wants cordial relations with all its neighbours, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday (September 11) told a visiting delegation from the country which is here for border talks. “India wants friendly relations with all its neighbours. India will not fire the first bullet towards Pakistan along the border,” Singh told the delegation of Pakistan Rangers, headed by its Director General Maj. Gen. Umar Farooq Burki. In his response, Burki told Singh that he was the “mere DG of a force and not the leadership” like the Home Minister and could not give any commitment in this regard. Burki, however, said that he would convey Singh’s message to the Pakistani leadership. The Home Minister further told the Pakistan Rangers delegation that it should be ensured that no infiltration takes place from Pakistan to India. He also said that both India and Pakistan must unite against the menace of terrorism. “Like India, Pakistan, too, is a victim of terrorism,” he told the Pakistani delegation.

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