New Delhi,14 May:Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Wednesday that firing at the Line of Control is worrisome and emphasised on infiltration and terror to be high on agenda of Indo-Pak talks next week.Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today rejected BJP’s demand for re-enactment of POTA in the aftermath of the Jaipur blasts.
"All issues which have a bearing on our relations will come up at the meeting," Singh said in reply to spate of questions on the Jaipur blasts and who was behind them.
Rejecting the BJP demand for bringing back POTA, he said "there is no co-relation between POTA and terrorist strikes."Wondering "what has POTA achieved", Singh said the attack on Parliament and Akshardham temple took place when POTA was in force.
"There is no dearth of law in the country to deal with terrorism", he added.As far as terrorists were concerned, Singh said they acted in surprise.But he said the government would explore all possibilities, including intelligence inputs to arrest those behind the dastardly acts.
Courtsey : DD NEWS