Pak's sign and sound will not be tolerated in India: Rajnath

Published on May 29, 2015 17:16:16 PM
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Pro-Pakistan activities will not be tolerated in Jammu and Kashmir, stated union Home minister Rajnath Singh on Friday in Jodhpur.

He was addressing a gathering present at a public meeting, which was organized to mark the first anniversary of the NDA government.

Singh has warned that ranting of pro-Pakistan slogans and hoisting Pakistani flag on Indian land will not be taken easily. People who do such activities will be jailed, he warned.

The union minister noted that the current ruling party PDP-BJP alliance in the state has stepped onto the desired direction. He said, "The more we try to bring bilateral relations to normal, the more Pakistan tries to disrupt them by unabashed disregard of the ceasefire.”

The Home minister was wondering, "I do not understand why Pakistan is unhappy with us?"

He further revealed that he has given clear orders to the Armed Forces that the first bullet should not be fired by India, but there should not be any leniency in giving back a reply.

He said he has made it clear to the Armed Forces that the first bullet should not be fired by India, but there should not be any leniency in giving a fitting replying in case of any violation.

Talking about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China, Singh said, “"We know that that the border is a big issue in bilateral relations between India and China... Modi has made it clear that Arunachal Pradesh and J-K are integral parts of India and there would be no compromise or leniency on it."