New Delhi: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Manoj Jha on Monday said the NDA Government needs to walk the talk on Pakistan continuously violating the ceasefire arrangement along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB).
Jha was responding to the latest ceasefire violation by Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch District.
"I think this is time for Mr. Prime Minister, because he is hyperactive on Twitter, his entire cabinet is hyperactive on Twitter, some of those hyperactivity should be brought on the ground and translated into action. I think Mr. Prime Minister and his entire cabinet need to walk the talk," Jha told ANI.
Jha further said that Pakistan violating the ceasefire repeatedly has become a trend which is disturbing the nation's rhythm.
"As far as Pakistan is concerned, I can only have pity on Pakistan. People who make war-mongering kind of statements, have no idea what they did to Pakistan, they don't know how much resources they have to contemplate for fighting a war, and they are practically unaware of the priorities Pakistan has as of now," said Jha.
Jha also said that Pakistan is behaving like a rogue state, where non-state actors are dictating state policy.
Monday's ceasefire violation has claimed one life and injured seven others. The injured have been admitted to a local hospital.