To eliminate terrorists who flee Pakistan, India would invade the country: Minister of Defence

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Indian Defence Minister Rajnath Singh told CNN News18 on Friday that India will cross into Pakistan and execute anyone who flees after attempting to commit terrorism there.

The remarks made by Mr. Singh coincide with the publication of a report by the British daily Guardian, which claimed that the Indian government had assassinated 20 individuals in Pakistan since 2020 as part of a larger effort to eradicate terrorists who were residing abroad.

When Reuters asked the foreign ministry for comment on the report, it did not reply, and the foreign ministry of Pakistan declined to comment either.

In answer to a query regarding the report, Mr. Singh informed the broadcaster, “If they flee to Pakistan, we will enter Pakistan to kill them.”

“India consistently seeks to uphold positive relations with its

Since a 2019 suicide bombing of a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir, was linked to terrorists operating out of Pakistan, relations between the two nations have deteriorated, prompting India to launch an airstrike on a terrorist facility there.

Earlier this year, Pakistan claimed to have solid proof that two of its people had been killed on its territory by Indian spies.

It was “false and malicious” propaganda, according to India.

The Guardian article was published months after the United States and Canada charged India with assassinating or attempting to assassinate terrorists with Khalistani ties in those nations.

Canada declared in September that it was investigating “credible allegations” that claimed India was responsible for the June shooting killing of a Sikh separatist leader; India refuted these assertions as “absurd and motivated”.

In January, a senior Canadian official stated that bilateral relations were strengthening and that India was helping with the situation.

Similar to this, the US declared in November that it had stopped an Indian conspiracy to kill a leader of the Sikh separatist movement and that it had brought charges against an individual who it claimed had collaborated with India to plan the attempted murder.

According to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India will look into any information it learns about the situation.

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