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Centre should stop talks with Pakistan: BJP

Written by: Staff

Hyderabad, Nov 19 (UNI) BJP National President Rajnath Singh today demanded the Centre to stop 'talks' with Pakistan on Kashmir till the neighbouring country wipes out the activities of terrorist organisations in its territory.

Participating in a public meeting on 'Anti-Terrorism', organised by the state BJP unit here, Mr Singh said there would be no fruitful results in the diplomatic talks between the two countries until the end of terrorist activities, sponsored by Pakistan-based organisations in the area.

Citing the recent enquiry report on July 11 serial Mumbai blasts which revealed that the Paksitan-based terrorist organisations were behind the major attack on the Indian soil, he said it was high time to fight against terrorism with the support of international community and bring the Pakistan-backed ISI agency under International Watch for its activities.

Alleging that the UPA failed to curtail the infiltration from Pakistan and Bangladesh, the BJP leader slammed the UPA for failing to bring a new Act to curb the terror activities after POTA lapsed.

He demanded that the Centre should immediately implement the Supreme Court judgement in Afzal Guru case and hang him to death.

The BJP would organise a demonstration on December 22 before Parliament against the postponement of hanging of Afzal Guru, he added.


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