If I draw a conclusion of Indo-Pak talk at Agra, I would say that it was a defeat of the Government of India. You have provided legitimacy to the butcher of Kargil who was responsible for the killing of more than 600 soldiers and the plight of more than 1700 soldiers who became handicapped.
Shri Jaswant Singh was talking about Tashkent. In this regard, I would like to remind that our two former Prime Ministers Smt. Indira Gandhi and Shri Rajiv Gandhi lost their lives because of this cross border terrorism. They have made the supreme sacrifice for the independent of this country.
The hon. Minister was talking about ‘Caravan of peace’ but this is the ‘Caravan of dead bodies’ and it is all because of cross border terrorism. Mr. Clinton during his visit termed Kashmir as disputed territory. But from our side, no responsible person contradicted it.
In the press conference of 15th July, General Musharraf levelled an allegation about the aggression on Siachin. He said that Pakistan is supporting freedom fighters and not the terrorists. Though I have a great regard for you but entire country is saying this thing that you have not uttered even a single word against the dictatorship in Pakistan. If you say that you have achieved any success at Agra, I think it is not correct. It was an insult of hundred crore people of this country.
Today, Dr. Farooq Abdullah and Omar Abdullah are supporting BJP and its policies but I feel that they should know the facts of the past history. Yesterday, U.S. President Shri George Bush gave a statement that they support the freedom struggle from Kashmir to Kosovo. But we have not reacted to it. One hundred crore people of this country are of the opinion that in Agra talk, the BJP and its supporting parties got a serious set back on the diplomatic front.