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‘Pakistan was split after 1971 war, don’t repeat 1971 mistake, else you understand what will happen to PoK’: Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan

The defence minister said that by abrogating Articles 370 and 35A, the BJP government has proved that there is no difference between what it promises and what it does. But our neighbouring country is not able to digest this

Keeping up the ante against Pakistan on the matter of Pakistan occupied Kashmir, defence minister Rajnath Singh today warned that Pakistan will split again like 1971 if it continues its activities, and it will lose PoK.

Speaking at a public rally in Dhanukya in Rajasthan today, Rajnath Singh said, “we are advising Pakistan again and again, in 1971 Pakistan was split into two, Pakistan and Bangladesh were created. I say don’t repeat the mistake of 1971 again, otherwise understand clearly what will happen to PoK”.

The defence minister said that by abrogating Articles 370 and 35A, the BJP government has proved that there is no difference between what it promises and what it does. But our neighbouring country is not able to digest this. But they will have to digest it.

After the war between India and Pakistan in 1971, Pakistan was split into two countries, and East Pakistan became an independent nation in Bangladesh. The war was triggered by the struggle in East Pakistan for independence, which was supported by India.

After Pakistan started knocking at the door of the international community over the abrogation of Article 370 in India, senior ministers of the Indian government have been talking about action on Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Last month, Rajnath Singh had said that If talks are held with Pakistan, it will be only on Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Just a few days ago External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar had said that PoK is an integral part of India and one day India will exercise physical jurisdiction over it. Two days ago, Indian Army chief General Bipin Rawat has said that Army has war-gamed any possible action in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, and accordingly plans are ready for the same. He also said that the focus should shift from J&K to PoK.

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