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Rajnath Singh addressed Pakistan’s response to the joint statement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Joe Biden during a National Security Conclave in Jammu.

Both leaders criticised Pakistan for allowing its territory to be used as a base for terrorist assaults and terrorist training.

The Pakistani government described the joint statement as “unwarranted, one-sided, and misleading,” adding that it went against diplomatic protocol.

Pakistan felt belittled by the joint statement from US President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Modi, said Rajnath Singh on Monday. They issued the same old statement, claiming that India is diverting focus away from Kashmir. I concur with them; Kashmir has been successfully shielded from the light of the outside world. I want to make it clear to the Pakistani administration that by continually bringing up Kashmir, it will achieve nothing. Get your house in order (apna ghar sambhaliye).

At the moment, Pakistan is dealing with high inflation, a dearth of foreign exchange reserves, and difficulties procuring funding to prevent defaults. In addition, there have been reports of specific attacks on minority communities, such as the recent murder of a Sikh man in Peshawar on Saturday, the second attack in the previous 48 hours.

Rajnath Singh added that Pakistan does not have any legitimacy in the area as a result of their unlawful occupation of a portion of Kashmir. The people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) will soon demand to be a part of India, the Union minister underscored.

“What is happening in the PoK right now is being seen by you. We won’t need to do a lot. The suffering people of PoK would want to join India on their own terms. They have been shouting chants about joining India, according to Singh.

He continued by saying that seizing PoK unlawfully did not give Pakistan diplomatic immunity in the region. India adamantly insists that PoK is a fundamental component of its territory.

The Union minister referenced current events in PoK, where the oppressed population has been using protests and slogans to convey their desire to join India. According to the minister, the populace’s ambitions will eventually result in merger with India.

A joint statement from India and the US denouncing cross-border terrorism and demanding Pakistan to act right away to stop its controlled territory from being used to conduct terrorist operations was released during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s three-day official visit to the US.

According to their joint statement, “The United States and India stand together to counter global terrorism and unequivocally condemn terrorism and violent extremism in all its forms and manifestations.”

The statement went on to say that “they (India and the US) strongly condemned cross-border terrorism, the use of terrorist proxies, and called on Pakistan to take immediate action to ensure that no territory under its control is used to launch terrorist attacks.”

In his speech to a joint session of the US Congress in Washington, Prime Minister Modi further emphasised the grave danger that terrorism and radicalism pose. In dealing with terrorism, he highlighted that there should be no room for compromise or ambiguity, sending a loud and clear message.

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