India Wasting too Much Time on Pakistan, Says Swamy

The DG-level talks between India’s Border Security Forces and Pakistan’s Rangers is scheduled to take place here.

Published: 10th September 2015 12:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 10th September 2015 12:18 PM   |  A+A-

By ANI

NEW DELHI: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday said India is wasting too much time on Pakistan, even as the two Director Generals of the border troops began a meeting here.

“We are wasting too much of time on Pakistan. Two policemen meeting, how is that of any national importance. They (Pakistan) are screaming so that we reply and they can get a status of equality,” Swamy told ANI.

“Let them do whatever they are doing and we should not put our attention on it,” he added.

The DG-level talks between India’s Border Security Forces (BSF) and Pakistan’s Rangers (PR) is scheduled to take place here.

BSF Director General D.K. Pathak will meet Pakistan Rangers chief Major General Umar Farooq Burki to discuss border related issues between the two forces.

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