India had no choice but to harden its position vis-à-vis Pakistan.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Tuesday that there cannot be business as usual with Pakistan if incidents like killing of Indians this goes on.
A few days ago, in an incident that left the entire country shocked, two Indian Jawans stationed at the Line of Control in Kashmir, were allegedly been killed and beheaded by the Pakistani Army.
Amid outrage over the beheading of a soldier at LoC, Shiv Sena on Monday stepped up the attack on the UPA government.
Condemning the deaths of 2 Indian soldiers, Tariq Anwar said that a section of Pakistani society was opposed to having good relations with India.
Talking exclusively to Zee News, Lance Naik Hemraj’s uncle Jagdish said that all that the family wanted was ‘respect’.
Digvijay Singh said killing of two soldiers on the LoC was similar to "a terrorist attack" and India should adopt a tough posture against Pakistan.
Anna Hazare demanded that India should "teach Pakistan a lesson" like it did in 1965 for the brutal killing of two Indian soldiers.
Lance Naik Hemraj, one of the two soldiers killed by Pakistani troops in J&K, was cremated on Wednesday night with full military honours.
Two Indian Army soldiers manning a post on the LOC in the mountainous Poonch district of J&K were killed when Pakistani soldiers raided the post.
Day in Pics: 27th March
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