'Pakistan Will Be Divided Into Several Parts If It Does Not Eliminate Terrorism', Warns Defence Minister Rajnath Singh
Defence Minister (Photo Credits: ANI)

Chandigarh, October 13: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday gave a stern warning to Pakistan. Speaking at an election rally in Haryana’s Pataudi, Singh warned the neighbouring country to stop to stop giving shelter to terrorists else it would be divided into several parts. The Defence Minister said that Pakistan should change its way of thinking. India's Nuclear Policy is 'No First Use' Till Today, What Happens in Future 'Depends': Rajnath Singh Amid Tensions With Pakistan.

Singh said, “Today with utter politeness, I want to give suggestion to Pakistan that they must change the way they think and the direction of their thinking.” He further added that Pakistan that was divided into two parts earlier, would now be divided into several parts.

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Meanwhile during an election rally in Sonipat, the Defence Minister also slammed Pakistan and asked it to eliminate terrorists to maintain brotherhood. He said, “I'd like to suggest Pakistan to work honestly, eliminate terrorism,maintain brotherhood. We're neighbours, we want to walk together. If you don't fight terrorism honestly, I clearly state that India has the ability to fight fundamentalist forces.” Rajnath Singh Approves Army Headquarters Reorganization; 206 Officers Sent to Field.

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Earlier in the day, during another election rally in Karnal Singh slammed the Congress over their criticism of the shashtra puja after the former received the first Rafale fighter jet in France. Singh said, "...We are getting a new fighter aircraft which is much stronger. But before using it, we have to do puja. So, I wrote 'Om' on the fighter plane and tied a 'raksha bandhan' to it. But, Congress leaders started a controversy here. You are objecting to the word 'Om'? Don't we say or write 'Om' in our homes?"

He also stated that there was no need of going to Pakistan for the air strike on the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terror camp had the country possessed the Rafale jet.  Rajnath was in Haryana today for campaigning for the upcoming assembly elections. The polls for the 90-member Haryana Assembly are scheduled to take place on October 21 and results will be declared on the same day.