Rajnath Singh's message to Pakistan: Act against terror and improve bilateral ties

New Delhi: India on Wednesday suggested Pakistan to take action against terrorism for improving bilateral relations between the two countries.

At international counter terrorism conference held in Jaipur, Union home minister Rajnath Singh said ““Most of the terror attacks in India emanate from Pakistan and it will have to show some sincerity and take concrete steps to rein in the various terror groups operating against India from its soil.”

“The government of India will stand by Pakistan if it takes decisive action against terrorists and their organisations,” he said.

Singh said the challenge of terrorism gets compounded when certain states use it as an instrument of their foreign policy.

The two neighbours are yet to reschedule the talks to carry forward the dialogue process between the foreign secretaries that were put off following the Pathankot attacks.