Rajnath Singh issues fresh warning to Pakistan over cross border firings
Srinagar : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has issued fresh warnings to neighbouring nation Pakistan while assuring people living near borders areas of the Jammu region that India has been taking steps to ensure Pakistan is forced to stop firing.
"Just wait for some more time. Pakistan will be forced to stop firing. If a single bullet is fired from Pakistan, then India should not count the bullets fired in retaliation," said Rajnath Singh while addressing a rally of migrants.
More than 5000 people had to migrate from the border areas in the backdrop of heavy shelling by Pakistan on Indian borders.
Rajnath Singh paid a visit to one of the six camps set up in Noushera by the government for the migrants. He also visited BSF troops at a camp near the LoC here and said latest equipment was being inducted into the force for better and more effective domination of the border.