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J&K killings will not affect Indo-Pak ties: Govt

Government said the massacre of Hindus in Jammu was an attempt to disrupt the process of improvement in Indo-Pak relations.

india Updated: May 02, 2006 17:34 IST

Government on Tuesday said the massacre of Hindus in Jammu was an attempt to disrupt the process of improvement in Indo-Pak relations in which the perpetrators of the crime will fail.

"No it won't," National Security Adviser (NSA) MK Narayanan said in New Delhi when asked whether the massacre would affect Indo-Pak ties.

Noting that the terror attack was an attempt to disrupt the process of improvement of Indo-Pak ties, he told a television channel "we are not going to be cowed down by that. We know how to deal with the situation."

Asked what message India would be sending to Pakistan, Narayanan said, "we will send an appropriate message to them at the right time."

To a question, he said Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would not visit Pakistan in June although he may go there some other time.

First Published: May 02, 2006 17:34 IST