New Delhi, July 29: Emphasising the futility of holding parleys with Pakistan, BJP's Lok Sabha member R.K. Singh on Friday urged the Union government to look for options to "retaliate" against the neighbouring country for spreading terrorism in Kashmir.
"There is no point in talking to Pakistan. What happened when we resumed talks this year? We got Pathankot attack. Now they are instigating terrorism in Kashmir. So, the government should look for options to retaliate," the MP from Arrah in Bihar said while raising the matter during Zero Hour.
Singh, a former Union home secretary, said recent instances made it quite clear that Pakistan is involved in spreading terrorism in India.
"Interrogation of a Pakistani terrorist arrested in Jammu and Kashmir revealed that he was trained in Pakistan and sent to India to spread terror. In earlier arrests too, same things had emerged," he said.