Jammu, Jul 10: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), repeating its demand, has now urged the Centre to declare Pakistan as a 'terrorist state' after which Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, himself confessed that they created and nurtured terrorists.
BJP state president, Ashok Khajuria said, "Zardari has himself admitted that they supported militancy and now it has become a danger for their country. So Pakistan being a perpetrator of terrorism, should be declared a terrorist state."
Condemning the statement made by British foreign minister David Miliband that Kashmir people should be taken into confidence and their sentiments be considered by India and Pakistan while settling Kashmir issue.
''Such a statement amounts to interference in the sovereignty of a country. Former Prime Minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru had committed a historical blunder by referring JK issue to United Nations and our party always opposed it,'' Khajuria added.
He also said that the Indian Parliament had made a resolution specifying the issue between India and Pakistan in 1994 which stated that the issue between the two neighbours is only with regard to Pakistan occupied Kashmir which India wants back.
Adding to it he said, "NC-led coalition Government is incompetent and not having any definite policy to deal with the militancy."