Gaya, July 10: Calling the serial blasts in Bodh Gaya "an attack on humanity," External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid today said the issue should not be spoken of in terms of politics.
"It's a matter of great pain that terror attack happened at a place from where message of peace spread across the world," Khurshid told reporters at Gaya airport when he was on way to Aurangabad to attend a function.
Asked if the Congress-led UPA government was shielding the Nitish Kumar government over the explosions, Khurshid said, "We should not raise fingers on each other as this is the design of those who have perpetrated the blasts."
The minister said everybody should display "sensibility" at this hour and unitedly fight against terrorism. Ten bombs exploded in this temple town on Sunday, injuring two monks.