India isolated Pak: Amit Shah

BJP President Amit Shah said on Thursday that the action initiated by the central government to “stop terror funding” in Kashmir had happened for the first time.
India isolated Pak: Amit Shah

BJP President Amit Shah said on Thursday that the action initiated by the central government to "stop terror funding" in Kashmir had happened for the first time.

"Regarding finding a solution to the Kashmir problem, the action has been done in that direction only. Never have people who had been doing so much hawala been caught. If any harsh action has been taken against those involved in terror funding, it is the BJP government of Narendra Modi that has done it," Shah told the media here.

Thursday is the second day of his three-day visit to Haryana.

Shah said that India had been able to isolate Pakistan on the issue of terrorism. "We have isolated Pakistan on the issue of terrorism in the entire world successfully in these three years."

He added: "We have killed so many terrorists (in recent months). That has not happened before. When there is a fight, the damage is on both sides. Bullets are being fired from both sides."

Shah evaded the issue of Article 370 which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir. "You all know that there are many requirements (for this)." (IANS)

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