Appropriate time to strongly hit Pak, terror: Prof. Virender

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Appropriate time to strongly hit Pak, terror: Prof. Virender

SRNAGAR | JUNE 28: BJP State Spokesperson Prof. Virender Gupta said that with the declaration of USA that Syed Salahudin is global terrorist would have serious implications on the ongoing terrorist activities being engineered by Hizbul Mujahideen Supreme Commander alongwith Hafiz Saeed, ISI and Paistan and added that it would put the present so called Azadi movement in the Valley into its right prospective as a terror movement.

He said that it would restrict the funding of the terrorism sponsored agencies and adversely reflect on the credibility of the separatists.

The Spokesperson welcomed the stern message given jointly by Prime Minister Narendra Modi  and President Donald Trump asking Pakistan to ensure that it soil is not used for cross border terror and their commitment to boost their fight against terror groups like ISIS, JEM, LeT and D-Company. He also hailed the declaration calling upon Pakistan to expeditiously bring to justice the perpetrators of the Mumbai, Pathankot attacks and other terrorist based assaults by Pakistan based groups.

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Prof. Virender said that the joint statement issued by Indian Prime Minsiter and USA President must have further strengthened India’s position and its resolve to fight against the terrorism to its end. He said that if Indian government takes stern action against the Hurriyat leaders and the other separatist leaders, put them behind the bars and hit Pakistan by executing an exemplary surgical strikes on the training camps and on the enemy’s bunkers established in the PoJK-a lawful territory of Indian State, it would be justifiable and international community instead of raising eyebrows, would hail the Indian State’s decision, particularly in the present international scenario.  (PTK)

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