Don't count your bullets if Pakistan opens fire, Rajnath Singh suggests Indian army

05 Feb 2018 06:51 AM

Don't count your bullets if Pakistan opens fire, Rajnath Singh suggests Indian army

Updated 05 Feb 2018 06:51 AM

Don't count your bullets if Pakistan opens fire, Rajnath Singh suggests Indian army

Amid consistent ceasefire violations, Home Minister Rajnath Singh was addressing in Agartala when he suggested Indian Army to keep giving a befitting reply to the neighbouring country. He said that our Army should not begin firing but if Pakistan attacks then we should not leave them. In an answer of one bullet, Indian army should attack them without counting their bullets.

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