"The Prime Minister had himself assured the nation through both Houses of Parliament after 26/11 and after beheading of two soldiers that second time we will not hold talks with Pakistan till it takes minimal action against terrorism," BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar said.
PM had assured that there would be no peace talks till Pakistan acted.
"But what are we seeing today is that Pakistan is being used to attack and conduct terror attacks in India," he said. Heavily-armed militants this morning attacked a police station in Kathua and an army camp in Samba, killing eight persons, including security force personnel.
"We condemn the twin dastardly attacks. This shows that Pakistan continues on its strategy to strike at will through this proxy war of terror," he said.