UPA observing `habitual silence` on LoC incident: Narendra Singh Tomar
Indore: Madhya Pradesh BJP president Narendra Singh Tomar on Sunday alleged the Congress-led UPA government was observing "a habitual silence" on the recent killing of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani army on the Line of Control.
"Entire country, including political and non-political organisations, was enraged over the killing of two army personnel in a brutal manner. They were beheaded. But the Centre is observing habitual silence," the BJP General Secretary said while addressing a party function here.
"It is a matter of serious concern for the country and very shameful," he said.
Pakistan government should act against the culprits, otherwise it will mean that the deed took place at its behest, the BJP leader added.
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