Condemning the terror strikes, party general secretary Digvijay Singh also asked Pakistan to identify the rogue elements and noted that both the countries were "victims of terror" and should come together to fight the menace instead of blaming each other.

Terror attacks won’t derail Indo-Pak dialogue: PM

"We condemn militant attack in Jammu region. Pakistan and India both are victims of terror and must come together to fight the menace instead of blaming each other,” he said.

“Dialogue is the only way to tackle issues," he said.

Party leader Rashid Alvi said that India wants good relations with Pakistan ‘but not at the cost of such terror incidents’. "It is very unfortunate. Let us wait for the truth to come out. If anybody from the soil of Pakistan is involved, we should think about even talking to the Prime Minister of that country. We want very good relations with Pakistan but not at the cost of such terror incidents," Alvi said.

(Agencies)

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