Cross-border terrorism a cause of concern: PM
New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Friday, said that the recent blast in Delhi is a reminder of the terror threat faced by India and stressed that there is no room for complacency.
Addressing the annual DGPs and IGPs conference on internal security, the Prime Minister said that the security environment in the country continues to be
The real challenge in Jammu and Kashmir will be to meet the expectations of the people of the state. He also stressed on the importance of dialogue.
He further said that cross border terrorism is a cause of concern especially in view of reports that fresh batches of terrorist being pushed into India.
“Cross-border terror camps being reactivated. No room for
complacency in Jammu and Kashmir,” the PM said while also pointing out that the summer has been peaceful in the state with record number of
tourists and pilgrims visiting the state
On the issue of Left-wing insurgency, the PM made it clear that the issue can only be solved if the Centre and the states work together.
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