Around 544 robots will fight terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir. The indigenously built robots will be capable of delivering ammunition at intended locations and this would come in handy for the Indian Army to fight terror in the trouble torn state.
Article 370 has created a separatist emotion in Jammu and Kashmir, the BJP has said. Time has come for the people of the state to say goodbye to it and also Article 35 A, the party also said.
The message from Delhi was clear and that there shall be no talks with the separatists of Jammu and Kashmir until the stone pelting stops. The Ajit Doval doctrine for Kashmir makes it clear that there shall be no appeasement. “Let them go on, they will tire out,” he had said during a speech a few years which famously went on to become the Doval doctrine.
Local bias in judicial inquiries at Jammu and Kashmir is giving the Indian Army a bad name, the Supreme Court was told. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the court that the Army cannot be subject to FIRs for carrying out operations against militants in insurgency hit areas of J&K and Manipur. There is local bias in judicial inquiries that is tarnishing the image of the Indian Army, the AG further submitted.
“Jammu and Kashmir belongs to us. Whoever wants azadi (freedom) can leave now,” is what ace cricketer, Gautam Gambhir had to say.
Gambhir took to his Twitter account to say that Anti-Indians have forgotten that our flag also stands for saffron-fire of our anger, white, shroud for jihadis, green-hatred for terror.
Re-polling will be held in the 38 polling stations of the Srinagar parliamentary constituency on April 13. The polling would be held between 7 am and 4 pm. The decision to order re-polling was taken after the elections were marred by violence.
One terrorist and three civilians were killed in an encounter that took place at Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir. As the encounter began, scores of locals came out on the streets and began pelting stones at the security forces. In the clashes two civilians were killed.
While two incidents were reported at Budgam and Jammu, the third was at Dooru which is part of the Anantnag constituency which goes to polls on April 12.