BeyondHeadlines Staff Reporter
New Delhi: Home Minister P. Chidambaram expressed his sympathy for the lives lost in Karachi Pakistan in terror attack on Pakistan’s army base and said that India has to remain on “constantly on vigil” of the events in its eastern neighbourhood.
Chidambaram said, “I have described our neighbourhood as a troubled neighbourhood. So we have to remain constantly on vigil. We are not happy about the incidents happening in Pakistan. We are sorry that lives are lost. But, that is today a troubled state.”
The naval base in Karachi was attacked last night. Both the Tahreek e Taliban and Baloch rebels have taken responsibility. The siege ended today afternoon after 16 hours, killing at least 12 army personnel and 4 terrorists.
Union Minister added, “We remain alert and we have alerted states based on whatever intelligence we have.”