‘PAKISTAN IS HEADACHE FOR ENTIRE WORLD’, BJP LEADER RAM MADHAV IN THE US

On Thursday, Ram Madhav at an event conducted by the Indian-Americans said that Pakistan is a ‘headache’ for the entire world, and remarked that the country is a safe haven for terrorists, with all major terror attacks across the globe have their footprints in the country. He stated the remarks in a keynote at the event which observed the ‘Global Terror Day’.“Remember Pakistan is not only a headache for India. It’s a headache for the entire world. You cannot be treating (Pakistan) with kid gloves,” he said in his speech. 

 

He said all major incidents of terror attacks emerge from the country and that you will ‘find the footprints’ in Pakistan. “A country that sponsors, promotes, funds, protects terrorists, is a safer haven for terrorists; we need to tackle that country,” Madhav said. “They (ISI) are the terror. But they have successfully convinced some intellectuals in America that they are trying very hard, but these terrorist groups are not coming under their control,” he added. 

 

In a humour note, Madhav said that they should send terrorists to India, which will bring them under control. Claiming that the BJP government successfully tackled terror, even in Kashmir.  “You have defeated terror in India. You may say there are terrorists here and there in Kashmir, but today in India, terrorism has become very costly for the perpetrators. What remains are some remnants, but they will also end very soon in India,” the RSS member said. 

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