Holding Indo-Pak talks is a "Black Day" in Indian history: Gadkari

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Jammu Feb.25 (ANI): BJP President Nitin Gadkari on Thursday criticized Indian government's move to hold foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan, and termed it as a "Black Day" in Indian history.

Addressing a public rally at the Parade Ground here, Gadkari, who was on a maiden visit to the city of temples, said: "Who (Pakistan) are unable to take stern action against the terrorists, the country where terrorists move freely and they are supporting them. The Government, which allows using their land for terror outfits, with Pakistan Government our Indian Government is holding talks today. This is the black day in the history of our country."

He also criticised a proposed government move to grant amnesty to Kashmiri youth who have crossed over to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and vowed to fight this move tooth and nail in Parliament.

"No one can dare to bring any Pakistani to Jammu and Kashmir, as will fight and oppose this move with full force in Parliament.

And, we will tell Manmohan Singhji and Sonia Gandhi... 'if you try to do this, we won't let your government run in India', this better you remember. Who killed hundreds of people and are guilty f other heinous crimes... they are being brought back. What is this and what does the Chief Minister (Omar Abdullah) want to prove," Gadkari asked. (ANI)

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