The main opposition Congress, however, lashed out at the government, calling the attack a serious issue of internal security. The party’s chief spokesman Randeep Singh Surjiwala said Modi’s Lahore visit has not yielded any dividends.We will give a fitting reply: Rajnath
Home Minister Rajnath Singh said while India wants good relations with not just Pakistan but with all its neighbours, terror attacks will not be tolerated. “We also want peace but if there is any terror attack on India, we will give a befitting reply. The country is proud of our security forces and our jawans,” said Rajnath. Former J&K chief minister Omar Abdullah described it a first major challenge to the PM’s bold gambit. “The BJP now has to sidestep its previous ‘terror and talks can’t go together’ and insulate the Indo-Pak dialogue from such attacks,” he said.

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