CHANDAULI (UP): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the country was ready to extend support to Pakistan to deal with the menace of terrorism on the neighbour’s soil.
“Not only India, many other countries are hit by terrorism today but I want to tell you…have confidence…this will not go on forever…the Prime Minister has taken a decision that a decisive battle should be launched for its (terrorism) end and it has already begun,” he said.
Singh was on a visit here to lay the foundation stone of the Group Centre of CRPF in Chakia Tehsil to be built at the cost of Rs 850 crore. The facility will have residential houses, schools, hospitals, recruitment and training centres.
“If Pakistan thinks it does not have the strength to deal with terrorism, it can seek the help of its neighbouring country India. (AGENCIES)