NEW DELHI: The BJP has said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh must tell Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, in no uncertain terms, during his forthcoming visit that “no dialogue is possible between the two countries until it stops
sponsoring terror against India”.
“We expect the Prime Minister to convey in very clear categorical and unequivocal terms and as firmly as possible to Mr Zardari, that no normal dialogue between India and Pakistan is possible unless Pakistan stops sponsored terrorism against India,” said BJP chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad.
He said that for the BJP, and the nation at large, the biggest concern is that a wing of the Pakistan Army sponsors terrorists against India.
Prasad said that it is important to inform Zardari that David Headley and Ajmal Kasab had confessed that a section of the Pakistan Army patronised and helped them.