"My party and I, personally, have always held that the dialogue with our neighbours should open. We can't have a situation of no dialogue with our neighbours.
"As Atal Bihari Vajpayee had rightly pointed out that we can't choose our neighbours, that's a reality. So, therefore, we should make every effort to see that the dialogue should be open with our neighbour," he said outside Parliament.
His comments came in the backdrop of yesterday's terror attack on army camp in Nagrota which claimed the lives of seven soldiers including two Majors.
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