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Border crisis being deescalated


Tawi, October 5: Following rising tension on the border right from Gurdasour to Jammu to a high alert has been sounded all along the LOC and the IB.Reports said that Pakistani troops were giving fire cover to groups of militants who have been brought close to the border.

As a result of incessant ceasefire violations on the border the Indian troops and the BSF have been told to retaliate with force and fury. According to these reports  houses of civilians were under attack during ther last three days and one soldier is dead in Akhnoor sector while five civilians are injured.

Despite targeting houses of civilians some groups of border villagers have refused to move to safer places. The Government has set up camps at various places on the LOC and on the IB but the border villagers are keen to look after their farms and tend their cattle.

It is in this context some developed nations have decided to mediate so that rising tension on the Indo-Pak border did not take the shape of a war. These developed nations including the UN and the US are worried over  and Pakistan getting embroiled in a war because both are nuclear nations which could lead to major catastrophe.

In this connection top functionary of the Modi led Government and administration are in touch with top functionaries in Pakistan so that some way was found to resolve the crisis and turmoil.

Pakistan is keen to buy peace with India despite showing its might by violating ceasefire because it knows that separatists in Kashmir have lost their sheen and vigor. People are against them for having t triggered turmoil and violence which had no meaning except that over 90 people were killed in clashes with security forces.

The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.

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