ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan on Monday responded to Indian Home Affairs Minister Rajnath Singh’s anti-Pakistan statement by saying that the Indian dream of dividing Pakistan will never come true, ARY News reported.
“How can a country which has killed scores of innocent Kashmiris and where state terrorism is a policy can talk about encountering terrorism?” Nisar questioned.
He also slammed India for interfering in Pakistan.
“India is interfering in Balochistan and other parts of Pakistan, which is no secret,” said the interior minister.
It is pertinent to note here that Indian home affairs minister Rajnath Singh had said that if cross-border terrorism does not come to an end, Pakistan would “soon be in ten pieces”.
“Pakistan was divided into two countries (Bangladesh and Pakistan) in 1971. If it does not stop cross-border terrorism, it will soon be disintegrated into ten states,” Singh said while speaking to a gathering in India-held Kashmir’s Kathua district.