Home Minister Amit Shah warns Pakistan of another surgical strike if terror attacks don't stop

If Pakistan does not cease its violations and financing the death of civilians in Kashmir, home minister Amit Shah has threatened additional surgical strikes. “We don’t tolerate attacks, as the precision strikes demonstrated. If you break the rules, more will follow “Amit Shah, the Indian Home Minister, has issued a warning to Pakistan. During a conference in Goa, he said this. In September 2016, India launched surgical strikes in Pakistan in retaliation for terrorist attacks in India’s Uri, Pathankot, and Gurdaspur. Apart from his trip to Goa, Amit Shah will visit Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir in the coming days. Given the current situation in the Valley, security personnel is also analyzing the threat perception for his journey to Jammu and Kashmir, where he would be visiting numerous locations.
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