NEW DELHI: Former Home Secy RK Singh reacted to reports of JEM may attack parliament saying such an attack would be crossing of ‘Red line’.
“Just want to convey to them that this will be crossing of ‘Red line’. After parliament attack, we had mobilised troops but did not act. We should have attacked Pakistan as it was an act of war,” RK Singh, BJP MP said.
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After parliament attack,we had mobilised troops but did not act. We should have attacked Pakistan as it was an act of war: RK Singh,BJP MP pic.twitter.com/t53p5VECcr
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Just want to convey to them that this will be crossing of ‘Red line’: RK Singh (Former Home Secy) on reports of JEM may attack parliament pic.twitter.com/tRDErp3wix
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To take revenge against the surgical strikes conducted by Indian Army on the terror launch pads across the Line of Control (LoC), the intelligence agencies have reportedly been tipped off about Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) planning an attack on the Indian Parliament.
The report also said that the chatter picked by the agencies suggested that the operatives had been told to attack the Delhi Secretariat, the Akshardham and the Lotus temple if they failed to carry out the suicide attack on parliament.
In 2001, Afzal Guru had carried out an attack on the parliament. He was hanged to death on February 9, 2013, following his conviction