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Be tough on Pakistan, BJP tells Centre
Onkar Singh in New Delhi | December 27, 2008 18:24 IST
The Bharatiya Janata Party has called upon the Centre to take tough stand against Pakistan for using its territory to launch attack on India and urged the United States and other countries to put pressure on Pakistan to hand over terrorists to India.
Party leader, Ravi Shankar Prasad, asked the Centre to stop using certain adjectives that suit the Pakistani government.
"The high quality GPS system used and the maritime (naval) operations undertaken by the terrorists from Karanchi to Mumbai clearly demonstrated that they were given highly specialised training both in maritime and urban warfare which was possible only where naval commandos are trained. In fact, there are reports that they were given specialised training at PNS Iqbal meant for naval commandos," Prasad said.
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