New Delhi, Mar 30: India expressed concern and condemned the deadly terror attack on a police training centre in Lahore of neighbouring Pakistan on Monday, Mar 30.
Offering deepest sympathies to the people of Pakistan, Home Minister P Chidambaram said, "We are deeply concerned and condemn the terror attack." Meanwhile Anand Sharma, the Minister of State for External Affairs asked Pakistan to continue dismantling the terror infrastructure on its soil.
"Pakistan will have to continue dismantling the terror infrastructure on its soil which is a threat to several countries. The attack showed that the terror infrastructure in Pakistan was growing," he said.
At least 20 policemen, including eight officers, were killed and 30 others injured when a group of heavily armed terrorists stormed a police training centre near the Wagah border. They have held about 800 police personnel as hostage.