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India asks Pakistan to not shelter internationally-designated terrorists

India asks Pakistan to not shelter internationally-designated terrorists

India Blooms News Service | | 03 Jul 2017, 11:26 pm
New Delhi, July 3 (IBNS): India has asked Pakistan to not provide 'shelter' to internationally-designated terrorists after Hizbul Mujahideen's Syed Salahuddin, designated a global terrorist by the US last week, openly claimed in a television interview that his outfit has carried out terror attacks in India.

Salahuddin, who allegedly carries out his operations from Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir, told Pakistani channel Geo TV that he "can strike anytime, anywhere in India."

"He said it was easy for him to get weapons in Pakistan for these terror strikes," NDTV quoting the interview reported.

"Salahuddin has in his own words said what we have been saying for a long time. The designation of global terrorist is well deserved," Home Ministry spokesperson Ashok Prasad told NDTV.


 

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