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Commenting on the attacks on the Army camp at Tanda and Vaishno Devi pilgrims, the CPI (Marxist) politburo said this was "an attempt to disrupt the ongoing process towards Indo-Pak dialogue.''
It said that since the process had been initiated, the Central Government should have anticipated such attacks by desperate elements and taken adequate measures to prevent them. "The lack of vigilance is borne out by the fact that eight terrorist attacks have taken place since May when the Prime Minister announced a new initiative for beginning dialogue with Pakistan,'' the statement said.
"It is surprising that the suicide squads are able to gatecrash into the Army camps and carry out their killing operation.'' Proper lessons should have been drawn to ensure the security of Army camps, so that they cannot be accessed by the terrorists,'' the CPI central secretariat said in a statement. Strongly condemning the attacks, the CPI (ML) said the ease with which the terrorists were managing to "wreck havoc rips apart the tall claims of the Government on the vital issue of national security.''
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