Chandigarh: Spelling out its stand on the proposed memorial of operation Bluestar victims and honouring death row convict Balwant Singh Rajoana, BJP – an ally of ruling SAD in Punjab – on Sunday sounded a word of caution, saying "no one should compromise on terrorism."

"We are saying that no one should compromise on terrorism," BJP National Vice President and in charge of party affairs in Punjab Shanta Kumar told reporters here.

He was asked to respond on memorial being raised in the memory of operation Bluestar at Golden temple by Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee and "honouring" the death row convict Balwant Singh Rajoana in assassination case of Punjab’s former Chief Minister Beant Singh.

Kumar said that there could be differences of opinion on some issues in a coalition government. "In Punjab, the government is of coalition one. Neither the state is governed by SAD alone nor by BJP. Wherever there is coalition government there can be differences between two parties on certain issues," he said, maintaining that BJP had not bent down on any matter before SAD.

Former Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister said he had met Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal and had a long meeting with him. "We are trying to put our stand before (Badal) him," he said.

Kumar said Punjab CM had assured in the assembly that only Gurudwara would be raised at Golden Temple by Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee and no photograph would be hanged there. "It was not only terrorists who died at Golden temple (during operation Bluestar), even innocent people also died," he said.

He asserted that the BJP was against declaring Balwant Singh Rajoana as "living martyr". "We are completely against it," he said.

Opposition Congress had even created ruckus in the state assembly over issue of raising a  memorial in the memory of operation Bluestar at Amritsar and "honouring" Balwant Singh Rajoana, saying that could cause law and order problem in the state.

On country's Vice President nomination issue, Kumar said that NDA would take a call on this issue.