Condemning the killing of five CRPF jawans by the militants in Srinagar, BJP president Rajnath Singh on Wednesday asked the Central government to formulate a proper action plan to tackle terrorism.

The Centre, at present, did not have any concrete action plan to combat the menace, Singh, on a personal visit to the city, told reporters in Kanpur.

“The militants are threatening and killing the panches and sarpanches in Jammu and Kashmir while the government there is unable to provide them protection,” he said.

The BJP leader asked the government to take up the issue of killing of two Indian jawans by the Pakistani troops along the LoC recently with the neighbouring country.

In view of such incidents, he called for scaling down of the diplomatic ties with Pakistan.

On Italian government’s refusal to send back two marines charged with shooting dead two Indian fishermen, he asked the Centre to initiate steps to bring them back to face trial.

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