BJP says Government not learning its lesson from President Mukherjee's statement on Pak

New Delhi, Oct.6 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) said on Sunday said that ruling Congress had not learnt any lesson from the strong remarks of President Pranab Mukherjee on the frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan on the Kashmir border.

"Is the government of India going to take some lessons from the President of the country, who has really spoken what the people of the country are feeling. Pakistan must dismantle the infrastructure of terror and talk and terrorism cannot go hand-in-hand. And we regret to say the government of India is yet to learn the lesson rightly," BJP spokesperson, Ravishankar Prasad told media here today.

The operation in Keran Sector entered its 13th day today in Jammu and Kashmir.

The gunfight between the Army and the terrorists is still on. The Army is battling 30 to 40 terrorists who had infiltrated in the Keran sector.

On Friday, Army Chief General Bikram Singh assured that the terrorists will be flushed out the area soon, and said that the ongoing operation was under control.

It was an infiltration attempt by about 30 to 40 terrorists; they attempted this infiltration at four or five places. We had information about it. They have been stopped, prevented, neutralized some of them and operations are on to flush them out," said General Bikram Singh, when asked that there are media speculations about the present situation in Keran Sector being another Kargil.

"No village has been occupied. It's an area where they have come in, we are dominating from all sides and the terrorists are holed up. It's a broken ground, it's very difficult terrain; they are stuck in that and we will take them on," he added. (ANI)

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