Talks only if Pakistan stops border firing, says Indian home minister Rajnath Singh
NEW DELHI (92 News) – Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh has on Monday said that Pakistan is violating ceasefire agreement between the two arch rivals and is firing in the border areas.
Addressing a rally in Utter Pardesh, he said that India wants good relations with all its neighbours including Pakistan but also threatened of retaliation.
“Pakistan is involved firing on border areas. It should first assure us of not involving in such activities and violence then only talks can be initiated,” Singh said.
He accused Pakistan for the cancelation of NSA talks between the countries.
On the other hand, India continues to unprovoked firing along the Working boundary and Line of Control (LoC).