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Monday, May 11, 2015

50% of Rafale deal value will be invested in India: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar

Dassault RafaleTerrorists, irrespective of wherever they may be operating from, should be neutralised using all types of methods, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told ET in an exclusive interview. He elaborated that "neutralisation" doesn't necessarily mean killing terrorists but making them "ineffective."

Parrikar also criticised ex-BJP minister Arun Shourie, saying the latter "does not have the full brief on what is happening". Shourie had recently said the Narendra Modi government was faltering on policymaking and delivery.

Responding to a question on how India should deal with terrorists in foreign territory, the defence minister said: "A terrorist has to be neutralised-...Certain issues cannot be discussed but I feel that for any enemy of the country, all types of methods should be used to neutralise them."

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