New Delhi, Sep 24: A second attempt to infiltrate terrorists into Jammu and Kashmir signals that Pakistan has changed its position despite saying that it was following the ceasefire truce with India.
It has become clear now that this increase in the number of activities cannot take place without the blessing of the local army commanders of Pakistan. Lt. General Pandey said that it is just not possible that such number of activities can take
New Delhi, Aug 03: In a pre-dawn operation, the Indian Army foiled a major infiltration bid along the Line on Control. The Army detected suspicious movement of unidentified persons at around 600 metres on the own side of the Line of Control at Machhal Sector, Kupwara.
The Indian Army has gone after the top commanders in the Valley and not just some run of the mill foot soldiers. The Indian armed forces’ aim seems to be to break the spine of terrorism lodged up in the Pakistan looking to infiltrate India
The artillery firing that the Indian Army resorted to in a bid to destroy terror camps in Pakistan has been termed as unprovoked by Pakistan media. Further, Pakistan also claimed that nine Indian soldiers were killed in the attack.
Both the claims made by Pakistan is laughable in nature. It has lined up 500 terrorists along the border and violated the ceasefire 2,317 times. Further, sources have confirmed that no Indian soldier was killed in the attack. Instead the Indian Army managed to kill 18 terrorists and 16 Pakistan Army soldiers during the artillery firing that took place on Sunday, the source further confirmed.
New Delhi, Oct 23: Pakistan is in a teething hurry to send in as many terrorists into the Valley. It wants the Valley to be buzzing with terrorists even as the government looks to put normalcy back in place.
The hit by the Indian Army on its terror camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir has surely put a spoke in their plans. However, Pakistan is not the one to change and will continue to try and send terrorists into the Valley.
New Delhi, Aug 1: A high alert has been sounded across the nation following the publication of the final draft of the NRC in Assam. The Intelligence Bureau which had earlier said that there could be an influx of people whose names do not feature in the NRC, could also move to other parts of the state.
New Delhi, July 2: There have been several ceasefire violations reported along the Line of Control. Although both sides have agreed to honour the ceasefire pact of 2003 in letter and spirit, India fears that the situation is likely to worsen after the Pakistan elections are completed.
Two BSF jawans were martyred and 12 civilians injured after Pakistan violated the ceasefire and pounded 10 posts and 35 villages in Jammu. The irony of this incident was that it took place barely a few days after the Director General of Military Operations of both India and Pakistan had agreed to implement the Ceasefire Agreement of 2003 in letter and spirit.
The encounter carried out by the Indian Army against the NSCN-K shows that the forces have adopted a zero tolerance policy towards insurgency. The aggression with which the strike was carried out shows that the Army is not prepared to go easy on infiltrations. The NSCN-K has been on the downward swing since the Army hit its based two years back following the Manipur attack, the outfit carried out. Moreover the death of its chief S Khaplang has also demoralised the outfit a great deal.