Muslims do not allow radicalism to grow in India: Rajnath Singh

Muslims do not allow radicalism to grow in India: Rajnath Singh

NEW DELHI: Indian Muslims should deserve credit resisting radicalisation in the country despite consistent efforts to brainwash them, said Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh.

Calling terrorism a “crime against humanity”, the Home Minister said it should not be associated with any religion or caste.

Speaking at the 16th Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, he said, “Even Islamic nations have condemned terrorism. Pakistan should take efforts to stop terrorism. I must compliment Muslims in India that they have not allowed radicalisation to spread in the country.”