Pakistan not only India’s problem, it has become global challenge: Ram Madhav

Madhav said the way Pakistan responded to the abrogation of Article 370, the reason Pakistan is Isolated in front of the global community

New Delhi: BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav stated that Pakistan has become the epicenter of global terrorism on Monday. He said that Pakistan is not only India’s Problem but it has become a Global Challenge. Ram Madhav said, “The democratic world should come together and pursue Pakistan to act against terrorism, which has become a global problem.”

Madhav was asked about whether considering the relationship between India and Pakistan, can dialogue take place? He replied the relationship has had it’s own ups and downs in the past seven years. India will certainly be happy to have a friendly relation with Pakistan but Pakistan should address its major issue of cross border terrorism.

“Today we are passing through a phase where Pakistan is not seen as a difficult relationship by India alone anymore. Many countries in the world see affairs in Pakistan as an issue to be concerned about especially talking about the terror infrastructure in Pakistan,” he said while speaking at a conference organized by the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum.

He added in there was a time when countries use to give advice India to have a dialogue with Pakistan but now they don’t as they know that Pakistan has become the epicenter of global terrorism.

“Pakistan is not only a problem of India anymore. Now it has become a global challenge. Terror infrastructure in Pakistan is the epicentre of global terrorism. On certain issues like terrorism, the entire democratic world has come together to pursue Pakistan’s leadership to act”.

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Madhav also handles the party’s affairs in Jammu and Kashmir said that the way Pakistan respond to the abrogation of Article 370, because of which they are standing isolated in front of the global community.

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