Parrikar Admits lethargy on Nagrota

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New Delhi: In the wake of Nagrota terror attack, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today admitted that there is scope for improvement in security as some "sort of lethargy" has set in over a period of time and said those behind any "lapse" will pay for it.

The Minister also said that the recent surgical strike has led to a sense of "uncertainty" in the Pakistani security establishment and it was also a good confidence building measure for India.

Replying to queries on security arrangements at army camps, Parrikar said, "I think we can definitely improve upon it. Probably, over a period, some sort of lethargy has set in.

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