Ensure there are no more blasts, says Arun Jaitley
The Bharatiya Janata Party leader also stressed that there is a need to strengthen intelligence.
New Delhi: The government should ensure that the Hyderabad blasts are the last such incident faced by India, said Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley.
"It is sad that the first day of budget session was chosen to give the grim reminder that India is very high up on terror radar. We must think in one direction, strengthen our resolve and this should be the last such incident," Jaitley, leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha, said during a discussion in the upper house on Thursday's blasts in Hyderabad.
Jaitley warned that government should not "lower its guard because there are some noises from across the border that there is a great change of heart".
He also stressed that there is a need to strengthen intelligence. "We need to get into the terror modules and burst them," Jaitley said.
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