"On the issues of terrorism, the entire nation should speak in one voice," Naidu said.
Slamming the Congress, the urban development minister said, "It is unfortunate that a party like the Congress has started blistering those statements over the Punjab terror attack.
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"This is sending a wrong signal. This sort of activity is not going to help them retract lost (political) ground."
He said once the encounter between the holed-up terrorists and security forces in Dinanagar town of Gurdaspur district in Punjab was over, the government would make a statement in parliament.