Jaipur- Launching a scathing attack on Pakistan, Indian home minister Rajnath Singh said today, if the neighboring country stops supporting terrorists, the security situation in South Asia will improve significantly.

"I sincerely believe that Pakistan should rethink its strategy of using terrorism as an instrument of proxy war," Rajnath Singh said.

Rajnath Singh was speaking at the three-day long conference on counter-terrorism which has been organized by the Rajasthan government, in collaboration with India Foundation and Sardar Patel University of Police, Security and Criminal Justice.

The home minister said, the source of most terrorist activities in India lies across the borders and it is unfortunate that even after paying such a heavy price for itself, Pakistan and its associates find it difficult to understand that there are no "good terrorists and bad terrorists".

Singh also said the failure of dreaded terror outfit ISIS to attract Indian Muslims was due to their complete integration into the mainstream. "Indian Muslims are patriots and are not swayed by fundamentalist ideologies. Extremism is alien to their nature," he said.