Indian Home Minister warns to divide Pakistan

Ceasefire violated Mirpura village shelled

New Delhi/Muzaffarabad

Home Minister of India Rajnath Singh has warned Pakistan in a direct statement of dividing the country. While making a false claim, he said that Pakistan was making attempts to destabilize India.
“Pakistan was divided in two parts, if it doesn’t realize soon, it will be divided among ten parts”, Rajnath Singh said in a fanatical caution to Pakistan. Adding to his baseless claims, he made false allegations against Pakistan of ceasefire violations on Line of Control.
Apparently, the Narendra Modi government in India has been mistaken by Pakistan’s silence by considering it as a weakness. The Indian Home Minister has also blamed Pakistan of worsening the ties whereas it was India who actually refused to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation conference.
Pakistan has invited India numerous times for peace talks but the neighbouring country pays no head of settling the issues. In another violation of LoC ceasefire, Indian forces on Sunday shelled Neelam Valley’s Mirpura village with mortar bombs. The mortar bombs landed 150 meters away from the residential area. No loss of life or property damage has been reported so far. The attack took place a day after Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi held a meeting with US National Security Advisor Susan Rice in Washington and informed her that Indian forces have been continuously violating ceasefire at Line of Control and Working Boundary.—Agencies

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