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June 20, 2016
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Nisar says hardline Hindu groups biggest hurdle in Pak-India tries  

Nisar says hardline Hindu groups biggest hurdle in Pak-India tries   

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that Indian government was under the influence of Hindu extremist groups like RSS, Abhinav Bharat and Shiv Sena.

Nisar Ali Khan said the relations of Hindu hardline groups and their influence with the Indian government was the biggest hurdle in bringing Pakistan-India relations to normalcy.

In reaction to Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, the interior minister said, “Sushma should openly explain as which powers do not want restoration of Pak-India relations.”

He termed Sushma’s statement surprising and said if she was serious and determined about Pakistan-India relations then she should neither talk in riddles nor indulge in political point scoring.

“If the government of India was serious in restoring ties with Pakistan then why the doors of dialogue had been closed for a long period,” he asked.

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