If Pakistan fires, we won’t keep an account of our bullets: Rajnath

New Delhi—Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, on Sunday, came out strongly against Pakistan in the light of Saturday’s attack in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pampore in which 8 jawans were killed while several were injured.
“We won’t fire first but if Pakistan does, we won’t keep an account of our bullets,” Rajnath said.
“An attempt is being made by these terrorists and our neighbouring country to destabilise India. I call upon Indian youth to stand up to face such forces and we should greet and welcome the bravery of our security people and the way they are working with such valour and courage,” Singh had earlier said without naming any country, reports Times of India.
After the Lashkar-e-Taiba claimed responsibility for Saturday’s attack on a Central Reserve Police Force convoy in Pampore town of Jammu and Kashmir, Rajnath Singh said the Centre will be sending a two-member committee to find out the loopholes which led to the untoward incident.
“All our security forces are fighting very bravely and efficiently and in this small span of time the numbers of terrorists they have gunned down is highly commendable,” he added.—TNN

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