The conclave which began with Defence Minister Arun Jaitley's session on India's defence preparedness ended with Home Minister Rajnath Singh's list of achievements against terror forces in different parts of the country.
Rajnath Singh exuded confidence that Indian Muslims will never let the ISIS gain foothold in the country.
Rajnath Singh said that the government was working to find a permanent solution to the Kashmir problem and all steps taken by the Centre have been in that direction only.
“Burhan Wani was not a terrorist and I will say it again and again,” Shabnam Lone said.
Swami Ramdev today claimed that "any one who masters the art of yoga can never become a terrorist".
Kumar Vishwas also said that it is high time and everybody should refrain from criticising our Armed Forces.
Speaking at VANDE MATARAM - India TV's mega conclave against terrorism, the Congress leader said that his statement was aimed against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP as they sought votes in the name of “surgical strikes”.
The BJP-led NDA government had last year appointed General Bipin Rawat as the 27th Army Chief superseding two Generals -- Praveen Bakshi and PM Hariz, both of whom accepted to serve under him.
Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday said that had former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi been alive, no Congressman would have gone to the JNU to support students who raised anti-national slogans.
The Defence minister said there was a deliberate attempt to paint India as a State helpless against terrorism and it must be defeated in public discourse
Arun Jaitley said the security forces are working in a difficult situation and their battle was not with the general public of Kashmir.
Union Defence Arun Jaitley on Sunday said Pakistan is using proxy terrorism as matter of policy and that the dividing line between State and non-state actors in the neighbouring country is very thin
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