Bhopal, Sep 23 (UNI) The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today stressed on adoption of a 'zero-tolerance policy' for combatting the scourge of terrorism.
The final day of BJP's National Executive meet here witnessed the unanimous passage of an anti-terrorism proposal by the party, that issued a clarion call for removing Congress-led United Progressive Alliance regime and its ''remote control'' -- the Leftists -- from power.
''The UPA government is giving a free hand to terrorists and extremists under pressure from pseudo-secular forces and communists.
The regime's actions, character and thinking make it certain that it has failed to handle the challenges of terrorism.
The government forged a discordant and opportunistic coalition with the negative agenda of keeping the BJP out of power,'' the proposal said.
Slamming the repeal of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA), proposal referred to the terrorist attacks at Bangalore, Mumbai, and Hyderabad.
''The Centre demolished the Centralised Coordination Network set up by its predecessor National Democratic Alliance government against naxal activity. Maoist violence is also spreading from Nepal,'' said the proposal that was tabled by the BJP's Keral incharge Balveer Punj.