Uri terror attack: Congress hits out at Parrikar

The party demanded that the accountability should be fixed at the earliest. “Unless we introspect and strengthen ourselves, we will not be able to meet this threat. There has to be accountability for this repeated and recurring tactical and strategic failure. There can’t be failure with no accountability. 

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who at present is touring Uttar Pradesh, had also slammed BJP-PDP alliance in Jammu Kashmir and had demanded that a concert policy to combat terrorism should be put in place.  Picking up from where Gandhi left, Congress spokesperson Singhvi said, “We cannot allow our brave soldiers to become fodder. There is complete operational, tactical, strategic and logistical failure.

Def Min has made it clear that either he is the proxy CM of Goa or wants to be CM. In either event, the casualty can’t be defence of India. India can’t be left to fish in troubled waters. 

This is too serious a matter. We demand immediate remedial action and not <g data-gr-id="37" style="color: #3b3b3b; font-size: 11px;">jumlas</g>.” The principal opposition party had earlier stated that they stand as one with the nation and extended constructive advice to the central government.

“We bow our head in salutation to our brave jawans who have successively and valiantly fought terrorists in J&K. We’d be failing in our democratic duty as opposition if we didn’t bring out several facets of the unfortunate situation we find ourselves in. In this year alone, we have lost more soldiers than we have in the past 6 years. This is unacceptable.”
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