Terrorism In Its Last Phase, Would Soon Be Wiped Out, Says Jitendra Singh

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| July 12 , 2017 , 19:09 IST

In synch with the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Minister of State Jitendra Singh on Wednesday said that “all Kashmiris are not terrorists” adding that terrorism is in its last phase and would soon be wiped out.

Announcing that Amarnath Yatra would continue uninterrupted despite Monday's terror attack in which seven pilgrims were killed, Singh said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was personally monitoring the situation.

Singh said, "The entire nation is with Kashmir" and congratulated them for their resilience against militancy for the last 25 years.

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He continued, “The Yatra will continue. Safety and security of the pilgrims will be ensured.” “Despite the attack on Monday, the pilgrims insisted that the Yatra should not be suspended even for a day, and it should continue.”

He also said, "Anything that happens in Kashmir finds echo across the country. People of the Valley want the guilty to be punished. We are here on behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to express our solidarity. The common youth of Kashmir is keen to be a part of the development journey led by Prime Minister Modi.”

He added, “Militancy is going to outlive its life soon, we are in the last phase of militancy.”

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When asked about the investigation, Singh said: "No one should jump to any conclusion on the attack. Let us wait for the definite inferences and inputs to come from the security agencies." He added that the government is acting swiftly and is serious about the incidents that are happening in the state.