Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that India is planning to seal the international boundaries with Pakistan and Bangladesh as soon as possible. This could be India’s major step against terrorism and the problem of refugees.
Rajnath Singh said this while addressing the passing out parade of the BSF academy at Tekanpur, Madhya Pradesh.
Union Home minister also praised Border Security Force and said that it has changed the rules of engagement at international borders which has made it a known entity in neighbouring countries.
“BSF has changed rules of engagement at international borders. Now BSF is known entity even in neighbouring countries,”
We have decided to seal the international borders with Bangladesh & Pakistan as soon as possible: HM Rajnath Singh at BSF Academy (MP) pic.twitter.com/neodMqAGOG— ANI (@ANI_news) March 25, 2017
In an official statement, Rajnath Singh on Friday termed terrorism sponsored by neighbouring Pakistan not only a threat to India but to entire humanity.
"The Home Minister highlighted the sponsoring of terrorism by our neighbouring country, which is a threat not only to India and international community but to the humanity as a whole. He reiterated that India has a policy of zero tolerance for terrorism," said a Home Ministry release.