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May 28, 1999
PM to meet leaders tomorrow
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee will meet leaders of various political parties tomorrow in connection with the Kargil crisis, official sources have said.
Meanwhile, the government has stated that there was no need for any panic in the wake of the escalation of tension in the Kargil sector.
There was no intention on the part of India to escalate tension and its only aim was to eject the Pakistan-supported infiltrators in the Kargil sector, principal secretary to prime minister Brajesh Mishra said in an interview to Star TV yesterday.
Mishra, who is also the national security advisor, said there has been a qualitative change in the situation in the Kargil sector.
He said it was known to India, when it had launched the air strikes, that there would be some damage. ''But we don't think it will escalate into a war,'' he said.
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