Mr. Wajid Khan (Mississauga-Streetsville, CPC): Khan.W@parl.gc.ca
"Mr. Speaker, I rise today to condemn the actions of terrorists who blew up the train in northern India killing at least 66 innocent people. These terrorists who seek to kill and to destroy must be brought to justice.
As Canadians, we condemn this act of terrorism and the loss of human life. I wish to extend condolences to the families of the victims. I trust the governments of India and Pakistan will conduct a full investigation.
This attack is an obvious attempt to undermine the improving relationship between the neighbouring countries. This train, known as the Samjhauta Express, the friendship train, is seen as a symbol of the budding peace process.
In this globalized age, there is an increased danger of transnational elements who have the ability to transport terrorism.
By now it must be obvious to all parties that we must remain vigilant and continue to safeguard our security and protect our citizens."