Urging India and Pakistan to end bloodshed at borders and show dynamism to resolves issues, Awami Ithaad Party on Sunday said that every violent incident results in loss of lives.
In a statement, AIP chief and MLA Langate Er Rasheed asked Prime Minister to rise to the occasion.
"The leadership has failed to understand the necessity for resolution of the political issue and is instead just playing with sentiment of people. It is unfortunate that attempts are being made to give communal color to attack on army camp in Sunjwan Jammu," said Rashid.
He condemned the statements wherein in Rohingya living in Jammu were being suspected.
"One has a right to ask that if none of the security agencies had raised any finger towards Rohingya or someone else how could somebody raise suspicion on them," Rasheed said.
He lashed out the leadership of National Conference for continuing with its "politics of double standards and exploitation".