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-New Delhi

Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Friday that there would be “no compromise” on people involved in waving Pakistani flags in any part of India, including Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing the media to mark completion of one year in office of Narendra Modi’s government, the home minister said strict action would be taken against anyone involved in such activities.

“This (incidents of waving of Pakistani flags) happened earlier also (during other governments regime) but it would not be tolerated,” he said.

On being asked what India was doing to bring underworld don Dawood Ibrahim back to the country from Pakistan, the minister said Interpol had issued red corner notices against him and many others and the process was on to get hold of the anti-India elements living abroad.

“Whether Dawood Ibrahim, Masood Azhar, or Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, red corner notices have been issued against them and India is doing its best to bring them to justice,”the home minister said.

On whether India would give another dossier to Pakistan on the issue, Singh said: “As of now, there is no such proposal but a dossier has already been given to Pakistan in this regard in 2012”.

-IANS

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Pakistan Slips Two Places on Annual Global Index on Peacefulness, Finishing at 153 among 163 Countries

In its annual report, the Institute for Economics and Peace presented a comprehensive data-driven analysis on peace, economic value, trends

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The index was released on the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21. It's also known as World Peace Day. Pixabay

Pakistan has slipped two places on the annual global index on peacefulness, finishing at 153 among 163 countries. The index was released on the occasion of the International Day of Peace on September 21. It’s also known as World Peace Day.

In its annual report, the Institute for Economics and Peace presented a comprehensive data-driven analysis on peace, economic value, trends and how to develop peaceful societies.

The Sydney-based think-tank said the global peacefulness improved slightly in 2019. But overall peacefulness has deteriorated 3.78 per cent since 2008.

While Iceland continues to top the Global Peace Index (GPI) as the world’s most peaceful place, Afghanistan has replaced Syria as the most violent place.

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Pakistan has slipped two places on the annual global index on peacefulness, finishing at 153 among 163 countries. Pixabay

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India also has the seventh-highest overall natural hazard score in the world. (IANS)