Pak infiltrators on Kashmir radar

Pak infiltrators on Kashmir radar

Pak infiltrators on Kashmir radar
September 09
13:37 2019

The reason for keeping Kashmir under wraps for month is to single out terrorists infiltration, stop terrorist propaganda, stop funds and material augmentation by groups .A recent document by the home ministry defends is sterilisation of Kashmir to identify the terrorist pipeline s and blow them away. More than 200 suspected militants are trying to cross into Indian Kashmir from Pakistan, India’s national security adviser said on Saturday, accusing Islamabad of trying to stoke violence in the region. Pakistan condemned India’s decision last month to revoke the constitutional autonomy of Kashmir and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday vowed the fullest possible response to India’s actions in the disputed territory.

“There are about 230 persons ready to infiltrate from different parts of Kashmir,” Ajit Kumar Doval, national security adviser to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, told reporters. The number is based on radio intercepts and intelligence from the ground, military officials said, adding that some militants had already been caught by Indian security forces. “A large number of weapons are being smuggled and people in Kashmir are being told to create trouble,” said Doval, an architect behind withdrawal of article 370. If Pakistan starts behaving, terrorists don’t intimidate and infiltrate,then we can lift restrictions.

India has long accused Pakistan of training, arming and sending militants to Muslim majority Kashmir where it is fighting a nearly 30-year revolt. Doval cited an attack on a major apple merchant in Indian Kashmir as an example of Pakistan encouraging violence against people who are carrying on their businesses. The merchant operated from Sopore, the fruit basket of the region and about 45 kms from Srinagar, and from where 700 truck deliveries of produce . Doval said Pakistan and groups based there have frowned upon such signs of normalcy and rebuked militants inside Kashmir for failing to stop the trucks.On Friday, two suspected militants attacked the merchant’s home near Sopore, wounding his 25-year-old son and two-year-old granddaughter. Last month, suspected militants killed a 65-year-old grocer for keeping his shop open on the outskirts of Kashmir’s main city Srinagar, police said.


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