‘Pakistan PM going from door-to-door around the world, creating content for cartoonists’, says defence minister Rajnath Singh

The minister said this attacking Khan, a day after his speech at the UN General Assembly

Press Trust of India September 28, 2019 09:55:06 IST
‘Pakistan PM going from door-to-door around the world, creating content for cartoonists’, says defence minister Rajnath Singh
  • Imran Khan is going door-to-door around the world and creating content for cartoonists, defence minister Rajnath Singh

  • 'Pakistan needs to understand that the Indian Navy has become much stronger with the commissioning of the Khanderi', he said

  • The minister said this attacking Khan, a day after his speech at the UN General Assembly

Mumbai: Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan is going door-to-door around the world and creating content for cartoonists, defence minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday. Speaking after commissioning the INS Khanderi submarine at the dockyard of the Mazgaon Dock Shipbuilders Limited, he said there are some powers who want to make a Mumbai-like attack on Indian coastal regions, but "their desires will not be allowed to be fulfilled."

Pakistan PM going from doortodoor around the world creating content for cartoonists says defence minister Rajnath Singh

File image of Rajnath Singh. PTI

"Pakistan needs to understand that the Indian Navy has become much stronger with the commissioning of the Khanderi, and the government is committed to strengthen the armed forces," Singh said, adding that the navy will take strict action against those who disturb peace in the region.

Attacking Khan, a day after his speech at the UN General Assembly, the minister said, "The Pakistan prime minister is going from door-to-door around the world and creating content for cartoonists." On the submarine's commissioning, he said, "It is a matter of immense pride that India is one of the few countries which can build its own submarines."

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