"Repeated ceasefire violations are challenging India's might. The Prime Minister is ignoring this," Mishra told reporters here. He said India should be vigilant of attacks from China and Pakistan or else there would be a threat to its territory and people.
"Due to UPA government's ineffective response to the attacks, India is being projected as a soft country to the world," he said. Mishra said Leader of the Opposition in Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley had wished to visit violence-hit Kishtwar as a responsible legislator and would have informed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh about the situation on ground.
He criticised the state government for detaining Jaitley in Jammu and not allowing him to visit Kishtwar and alleged that it had something to hide.
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