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All Terrorists Coming To Kashmir Are From Pakistan, Says Rajnath Singh At BSF HQ

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| October 19 , 2018 , 15:10 IST

On the occasion of Dussehra on Friday, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh performed the 'Shastra Puja' at the Border Security Force (BSF) headquarters in Rajasthan's Bikaner along the sensitive India-Pakistan border.

While addressing the soldiers, the Home Minister emphasised that a lot of efforts were being made to maintain peace in Kashmir, and that all the terrorists were coming in from Pakistan.

"We want that peace be maintained in Kashmir and we're making a lot of efforts for that. We've allocated maximum possible fund for development of Kashmir. As far as terrorism is concerned, all terrorists coming there are from Pakistan," said Home Minister Rajnath Singh in Bikaner.

HM Singh further said that technological solutions in border security being implemented by India would eliminate the need for a soldier to physically stand guard around the clock to protect the borders.

"We want that such technological solutions be used where there is fencing because it gets damaged after some time. This will ensure a complete border security," Singh said while addressing BSF jawans.

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"We are going to implement this too this will take time but our jawans will not have the need to stand guard constantly round-the-clock on the border for protection," he said.

"They will get to know if any intruder is entering into India and the nearest border outpost will be alerted by the command and control centre and security will be ensured," said Singh.

Four districts of Rajasthan, namely Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Sriganganagar and Barmer share a more than thousand kilometre long border with Pakistan and are guarded by the BSF.