NEW DELHI - Indian Union Minister of Food and Consumer Affairs Ram Vilas Paswan has said that Pakistan does not support terrorism rather it itself is a victim of terrorism.
“Terror incidents have not only hit India but Pakistan as well. More people have been killed in Pakistan than India,” he said while talking to reporters in Patna.
He said, “If terrorists were under (Prime Minister) Nawaz Sharif’s control, how could those people (Pakistanis) have lost their lives.”
Paswan said he believed in three points regarding Pakistan-India relations. There should be friendship and mutual understanding between the two sides. Both countries should share same currency and the visa issue should be resolved at the earliest. Same case should be applied on Pakistan, India and Bangladesh ties, he added.