"Congress is a weak party and they are an expert in changing from their original statements. Even those who don't agree with the policies of the Congress are also a part of it. If you see the real image of the Congress, maximum people are fascist and they have all come from those parties who are against integration," he said.
"We need to take a decision on how to strengthen our borders. And we should also look into the factors, which resulted in cease-fire violations. Is our foreign policy incorrect with all our neighbouring countries like Pakistan, China, Nepal or Bangladesh? How unfortunate are we that we have no friends at our borders," he added.
Defence Minister A.K. Antony told the Parliament on August 8 that the specialist troops of Pakistan Army and a group from the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir side, which crossed the Line of Control, had killed the five Indian soldiers on Tuesday.
Antony, who made a fresh statement in the Parliament, said nothing happens from Pakistan side of the Line of Control without support, assistance, facilitation and direct involvement of the Pakistan Army.
Antony said Islamabad should also show determined action to dismantle the terrorist networks, organization and infrastructure.
The Defence Minister underlined that Tuesday's incident will have consequences on New Delhi's behaviour on the Line of Control and its relations with Islamabad.
"India's restraint should not be taken for granted, nor should the capacity of the Indian Armed Forces and the government's resolve to uphold the sanctity of the Line of Control ever be doubted," he said.
On morning of July 6, Pakistan had intruded into Indian Territory and ambushed five Indian soldiers who were patrolling an area along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch District.
--ANI (Posted on 10-08-2013)