New Delhi : 21 opposition parties, including Congress, appreciated the action of the IAF on the Terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan and subsequent failure of Pakistani mismanagement. By issuing a statement, it was said to them that they are standing with their armed forces and the army in the fight against terrorism. He also alleged that after the Pulwama attack, BJP leaders politicized the martyrdom of the soldiers, which is a matter of serious concern.The Congress and several other opposition parties held a meeting on Wednesday between the tense situation on the border between India and Pakistan. After the meeting, Congress President Rahul Gandhi read a joint statement of opposition parties in front of the speakers, in which Pakistan-sponsored terrorism was strongly condemned.The joint statement said, "All the leaders involved in the meeting strongly condemned the tone of the Pakistan-sponsored terror attack on February 14 in Pulwama. He paid homage to the martyrs and reiterated the resolve of solidarity with our armed forces and the army in a decisive battle against terrorism. According to that statement, 21 parties praised the attack on the terrorist hideout by Indian Air Force on February 26 and praised the courage of all the three organs of the army.Opposition parties also said that after the Pulwama terror attack, the ruling party leaders politicized the martyrdom of the soldiers, which is a matter of serious concern. He said, "The place of national security is higher than the interests of political parties. There can not be any place for national security to fulfill political goals. ' These parties alleged, "We regret the disappointing behavior of the prime minister to not convene an all party meeting after the Pulwama attack, because it is against the established pattern of our democracy."According to the statement, the leaders involved in the meeting expressed deep concern over the prevailing security situation and took cognizance of the statement issued by the Indian External Affairs Ministry which mentioned the failure of Pakistan to try to target Indian military establishments. They condemned this misery of Pakistan and expressed concern about the security of a missing Air Force pilot. Leaders of opposition parties called upon the government to take the country into confidence on every step taken to protect India's sovereignty and unity.UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, senior party leader Ahmed Patel, AK Antony and Ghulam Nabi Azad, TDP's N. Chandrababu Naidu, TMC's Mamta Banerjee, were present at the meeting in Parliament Library. , NCP leader Sharad Pawar, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury, CPI general secretary Sudhakar Reddy, Sharad Yadav of Democratic Janata Dal, BSP Tish Chandra Mishra and Manoj Jha of RJD..