Faced with BJP's boycott threat over his controversial 'Hindu' terror remarks and the fear that it may affect the passage of bills, home minister Sushilkumar Shinde tried to pacify the opposition party by saying that terrorism has no colour. "There is no colour to any terrorism," he said when asked about his remarks during Congress's 'Chintan Shivir' in Jaipur last month. "I have already said after Congress general secretary Janardan Dwivedi's comment that my thought is the same as the party line," he said without elaborating. Virtually snubbing Shinde for his jibe against BJP and RSS on Hindu terrorism, Dwivedi had on January 22 said, "Terrorism should not be linked with any religion. Congress does not see any connect between terrorism and any religion.The party had earlier also made it clear that terror has no religion or colour. Congress never uses words like saffron terror or Hindu terror." Sources in the home ministry indicated that Shinde may make a detailed clarification in Parliament during the budget session beginning on February 21 as the government is planning to bring a fresh bill to replace the ordinance on crime against women within the first few days of the session. "Since any disturbance would block passage of the bill in Parliament, the minister may come out with a clarification over his controversial remark on the very second day of the forthcoming session," sources said. As it is obligatory for the government to introduce a bill to replace an ordinance and get it passed in Parliament within six weeks of its promulgation, government will try to get Parliament's nod to the proposed bill before the recess. Both the Houses will adjourn for recess on March 22 and meet again on April 22. The budget session will continue till May 10. Alleging that Shinde's Hindu terror remark was a ploy to deflect attention from the "failures" of the government, BJP had on Tuesday said the Congress will have to "bear the consequences" of this "insult" inside and outside Parliament. The party said it will bring up the issue in Parliament during the forthcoming session and decided on boycott of Shinde. Though Shinde preferred to keep quiet after his Jaipur remarks, home secretary R K Singh had emphasized that the government had the names of at least 10 persons involved in several blasts who were associated with the RSS at some point or the other. "During investigation of Samjhauta Express, Mecca Masjid and (Ajmer) Dargah Sharif blasts, we have found at least 10 names which have been associated with the RSS at some point or the other," Singh had said two days after Shinde's controversial remarks. Terror has no colour, Sushilkumar Shinde says - The Times of India Terrorists have No Religion.They are Secular.