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Shinde: Pakistan should stop supporting infiltrators

New Delhi,Nov 8 (): Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde expressed concern over Pakistan’s stand for giving false hopes by not keeping the promises made by Islamabad that it will not permit its soil to use against India.

He said in spite of assurances given by Islamabad in various fronts, it failed to implement as infiltration from the country has been flourishing in Kashmir on a regular basis.

The Home Minister passed this message to his Pakistani counterpart Rehman Malik at the Interpol General Assembly held in Rome. While recalling Malik about the promises made at the SAARC summit in Maldives during the month of September that Islamabad would immediately take action to look into India’s concern, Shinde urged that the promises made by Pakistan have not come into practice and requested the country to take severe action to stop infiltration.

In his recent visit to Kashmir where Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde was told at a unified headquarters meeting that a total of sixty terrorists had made their entry into Kashmir this year, Shinde expressed his dissatisfaction over frequent attempts by the terrorist entering the valley who were supported by the Pakistani troops.

Meanwhile, India has decided to build a permanent fence along the line of control of seven-hundred and forty kilometers in order to avoid infiltration. Shinde also said that there is enough evidence of Pakistan making attempts to create unrest in India by guiding the terrorists to infiltrate.

According to intelligence report during the recent festive season, there were reports of a possible terror attack from the L-e-t. But India was on full alert monitoring all the activities very intensely to maintain peace and safety of the country, told Shinde to reporters.

Responding to the people’s request to remove the security forces in Kashmir, Shinde said that security forces will stay in the valley as long as the situation in the region changes to normalcy.