1. Congress calls Pakistan a ‘cancer patient’, suggests ‘chemotherapy’ to resolve issues

Congress calls Pakistan a ‘cancer patient’, suggests ‘chemotherapy’ to resolve issues

Congress on Friday launched a scathing attack on Pakistan over its dubious antics of sponsoring cross-border terrorism and poking into India's internal issues-chiefly Kashmir.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 7, 2016 3:05 PM
Congress on Thursday launched a scathing attack on Pakistan over its dubious antics of sponsoring cross-border terrorism and poking into India's internal issues-chiefly Kashmir. (PTI) Congress on Friday launched a scathing attack on Pakistan over its dubious antics of sponsoring cross-border terrorism and poking into India’s internal issues-chiefly Kashmir. (PTI)

Congress on Friday launched a scathing attack on Pakistan over its dubious antics of sponsoring cross-border terrorism and poking into India’s internal issues-chiefly Kashmir. Terming the neighbouring country as a ‘cancer patient’, Senior party leader Kapil Sibal said, “…terrorism is the cancer cells in its (Pakistan) body”. He also suggested a remedy for the problem so that people in India and Pakistan can live peacefully.

“India wants that patient to be healthy, so will have to give chemotherapy,” Sibal said while talking to media in the national capital this afternoon.

Tension between the two country’s has escalated after Uri attack. India gave a befitting reply by carrying out preemptive surgical strike across LoC in Pok and destroyed terror launch pads and killing a number of terrorists. The ongoing situation has cast its shadow on bilateral economic and diplomatic relations.

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    Pranab
    Oct 7, 2016 at 10:44 am
    When a senior politician is asked to give a comment it doesn't mean to utter cranky metaphors without sensitivity. Cancer patients are not bad individuals, so refrain from callous use of words. May your senility reflect your enlightenment not your foolishness..
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