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Mehbooba for talks between India-Pakistan to end bloodshed in the valley

March 24 2018, 07:47 | Alexander Lowe

India, Pakistan talks urged to resolve Kashmir dispute

India Pakistan talks urged to resolve Kashmir dispute

Separately, Khurram Dastgir, Pakistan's defence minister, said: "Any Indian aggression, strategic miscalculation, or misadventure. shall be met with an equal and proportionate response".

However even as the security officials have increased the vigil both along the LoC and IB after the Sunjuwan encounter, they said that the situation was not "as hard in the region as was for almost 20 years between 1990 to 2010". We also know that the terrorists were sponsored by Pakistan and its administration. "People from Bihar won't!" The chief minister has a political agenda to bring the state and the center closer as well as to promote dialogue between India and Pakistan, her party spokesman Waheed Para told China Global Television Network (CGTN) Digital on Tuesday. "Till when will our jawans and civilians keep dying?"

"Militant groups supported by Islamabad will continue to take advantage of their safe haven in Pakistan to plan and conduct attacks in India and Afghanistan, including against United States interests", Coats said during the hearing on "Worldwide Threat Assessment" of the United States intelligence community. "I repeat Pakistan will have to pay for this", she warned.

She said the JeM module that conducted the attack may have infiltrated well before the attack. "This was the reason we were able to eliminate more (terrorists) previous year. The activities of terrorists in the hinterland are being severely curtailed due to the relentless efforts of the security forces", she said. Perturbed over the situation in occupied Kashmir, we understand the extremist government in India is staging dramas of attacks to pressurise and malign Pakistan.

Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General, Devraj Anbu, on Wednesday claimed that Pakistan Army played a key role in planning attacks in Jammu and Kashmir.

"Our intelligence inputs indicate that these terrorists were being controlled by handlers from across the border". "The evidence is being scrutinised by the National Investigating Agency, which will soon furbish a detailed report", she added.

Referring to the cross-border skirmishes, she said that Pakistan has been violating the November 2003 ceasefire understanding repeatedly to help infiltrators.

In a statement issued on Monday before the Indian defense minister's press conference, Pakistan's Foreign Ministry accused India of "making irresponsible statements and leveling unfounded allegations, even before any proper investigation in any incident has been initiated". Dialogue can be considered if Pakistan "pulls back" from supporting subversive acts in the region and the environment is conducive, he said.

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