Act on terror, India will resume talks: PM to Pak

Manmohan Singh
New Delhi, Dec 20: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh broke the Congress' silence over Pakistan terror activities. Addressing the 83rd Congress plenary, PM said that India will resume talks with Pakistan only after they stops the cross border terrorism.

While Congress President Sonia Gandhi and General Secretary Rahul Gandhi focussed more on organisational problems of Congress party and the need to focus on common man, PM expressed the views on Pakistan terrorism and the requirement of strong actions against growing corruption.

Manmohan Singh said that Pakistan should take steps to tackle terrorism in their soil and the export of terrorism to India. He wished well being for Pakistan even though India has a tense relation with the neighbour.

PM also commented on the controversial 2G spectrum scam by saying that he has nothing to hide from the public and ready to appear before Public Accounts Committee (PAC) in connection with the 2G spectrum scam.

"I am ready to appear before Public Accounts Committee of Parliament on 2G spectrum issue although there is no such precedent. I have nothing to hide" PM said.

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