BERLIN: Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Asim Bajwa Thursday said that making India a member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) would be discriminatory. In an interview with Urdu service of Deutsche Welle, he said the biggest reason behind confronting relation with India was the issue of Kashmir. He said Pakistan had also protested against the drone strikes on its territory and raised the matter at different levels. He said the ongoing military operation in North Waziristan was underway indiscriminately, adding that militants were being targeted irrespective of their affiliation. “The military has no preferences. We are targeting terrorists from all groups.” Bajwa said that around 18,000 operations had been conducted on intelligence basis in which approximately 240 terrorists were killed while several facilitators were also arrested. He revealed that the army was unaware about the attack on Mullah Akhtar Mansour. Talking about Torkham border clash, he said that an exchange of firing was held at the border. However, he said, negotiations were underway with Afghan government to resolve the matter.