`No nonsensical` approach on terrorism: BJP
BJP senior leader Venkaiah Naidu asked the government to adopt a "no nonsensical" approach to tackle the menace of cross-border terrorism, Maoism and insurgency in the North-eastern region.
New Delhi: Asking the government to assess the possibility of dismantling the terror infrastructure in Pakistan, BJP on Monday questioned why India could not undertake an operation like the one carried out by the US in Abottabad
to kill Osama bin Laden.
BJP senior leader Venkaiah Naidu asked the government
to adopt a "no nonsensical" approach to tackle the menace of
cross-border terrorism, Maoism and insurgency in the
"If US can eliminate Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, then
what prevents India from going into the Pakistan side to
dismantle terror infrastructure. I am not pleading, but posing
a question to the international community," Naidu said while
addressing the INDESEC 2011.
Naidu further alleged that terrorist organisations like
Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad and Hizbul Mujahideen were
in touch with ISI which is dealing with underworld elements
through Dawood Ibrahim, Chhota Shakeel and other groups.
Suggesting remedy to tackle terrorism, Naidu said the
central government and the opposition should create
international opinion to isolate Pakistan and bring pressure
on the international community to dismantle terror
infrastructure in Pakistan.
Naidu said Pakistan, which joined hands with the US to
fight terrorism on its western borders, was supporting
terrorism in Kashmir.