India will send 'appropriate message' to Pakistan: Narayanan
New Delhi, May 2 (UNI) Indian will send an ''appropriate message'' to Pakistan on the recent terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir though the violence in the last two days will not affect the peace process between the two countries, National Security Adviser M K Narayanan today said.
''No, no it won't. These are attempts to disrupt it, but we are not going to be cowed down by that kind of thing, we know how to deal with the situation,'' Mr Narayanan told NDTV.
Asked if Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would visit Pakistan in June, he said no date has been finalised for the visit.
The government will send an ''appropriate message'' to Pakistan on the terrorist attacks in the state in the last two days in which more than 30 people were killed, at the ''right time'', he added.
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