India to Pakistan: Stop supporting terrorism, getting Kashmir a delusional dream

In a hard-hitting statement exposing Pakistan’s duplicity and support in fomenting unrest in Kashmir, India has made it clear to Pakistan that its embrace and encouragement to terrorism won’t succeed and underlined that the dream of Pakistan of acquiring Jammu and Kashmir will never be realised till eternity.
A day after Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif alienated New Delhi by asserting that Kashmir will one day be part of Pakistan, India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj read out the strongest statement yet on Islamabad’s role in inciting violence in Jammu and Kashmir, which has killed over 60 people and left hundreds injured.
“Behind Pakistan’s unabashed embrace and encouragement to terrorism lies its delusional though dangerous dream that ‘Kashmir will one day become Pakistan’, as Prime Minister Sharif said yesterday,” said Swaraj, flanked by Ministers of State M. J. Akbar and General (retd.) V K Singh in New Delhi on July 23.
The minister’s statement indicates a hardening of stand on Pakistan-sponsored terrorism and violence by the Modi government, which had taken path-breaking initiatives to mend fences with its estranged neighbour, but without much success due to the continued intransigence by Pakistan’s ruling establishment.

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