"I expect if a further attack takes place, the Indian
government must immediately order its Air Force to bomb terror
camps in Pakistan," senior party leader Manohar Joshi said in
Rajya Sabha participating in a debate on the Motion of Thanks
to the President's address.
He accused the government of not taking up the issue of
terrorism in a bold manner and cited the example of Israel
saying the government there immediately sends its fighter
planes to attack terrorists if any small attack takes place in
"The language that Pakistan understands is the language of
the brave people. But I don't think the government here will
act bravely," he said.
Joshi also alleged that contradictory statements were
issued from Home Ministry and Maharashtra government over the
terrorist attack in Pune and asked why the Government did not
become wise even after 26/11 Mumbai attacks.
"Can the government make an announcement giving a
guarantee of security and right to live? Government is not
giving this most important right of the citizens," he added.
He criticised Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on the
issue of prices and said, "Government has failed in all walks
Opposing the motion, he said the President's speech had
New Delhi: Shiv Sena on Thursday demanded that
India should attack terror camps in Pakistan if another
terrorist attack takes place in this country.
First Published: Thursday, March 04, 2010, 22:02