While expressing his grief over the Quetta Police Training college terrorist attack he said, “Let me express grief for those who lost their lives; terrorism anywhere in any form can’t be accepted,” Indian news agency quoted the minister as saying.
COAS lands on Quetta to review the security scenario
“Non-state actors involved in terrorism shouldn’t be supported by any state, sometimes it bounces on you too,” he added.
Yesterday, three militants stormed police academy in Quetta, where 60 personnel lost their lives while 120 more sustained injuries.
Indian defence minister had earlier said that India will respond to the Uri attack at the time and place of it's choosing.
Analyst and the security experts are pointing the fingers at the RAW-NDS nexus for the Quetta Police Training College attack.