The BJP on Tuesday said India should take the international community into confidence for dismantling terrorist camps, being run in Pakistan.
"It is a known fact that Pakistan is at the centre of all terrorist activities. India should ask Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf to dismantle it on its own, but if he finds it difficult then he should ask for India's help."
"But even if he fails to act then India should take the international community into confidence and dismatle the terrorist camps being run on the Pakistani soil," BJP President Rajnath Singh in New Delhi.
Singh, who was discharged from a private hospital in Hyderbad on Tuesday said, "as BJP President I have, many a time, asked the government to stop all the CBMs until Pakistan gives a positive reply."
Accusing the UPA government of showing 'lack of will power' in curbing terrorism and naxalism, he said that they were the main threats to the peace of the country.
"If they would have shown some courage to root it out, I can promise that the whole country is with the government," he added.