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Troops told to be alert to foil possible Pak mischief

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Troops told to be alert to foil possible Pak mischief 

, August 30 (KIP):- While the central Government is for holding talks with all stakeholders for resolving the ongoing turmoil but on the other hand troops, guarding the LOC, and the BSF,deployed on the IB,in Jammu and have been told to remain on high alert because agencies across the border were trying to push groups of militants into the state of Jammu and Kashmir for escalating the level of violence.          Official sources said that with signs of slight improvement in the security scenario in Kashmir agencies across the LOC, including the establishment in Islamabad, feel upset and in a bid to keep the cauldron of clashes boiling separatists and their followers besides militants, operating in Kashmir, were receiving adequate material moral and diplomatic support.    The situation may witness further improvement when members of the All Party delegation meet separatists in Srinagar on September 4 and 5.Indications are that separatists, who were arrested in recent days, have decided to give vent to their feelings before the All party delegation members.           In the meantime Chief Minister,Mehbooba Mufti, has implored Pakistan to stop playing wicket games in Kashmir and promote cordial ties with which would benefit people of Pakistan.           She has stated that neither war nor Pakistan sponsored insurgency could resolve the basic problems. It is through the process of dialogue that various issues could be settled and it is in this respect that she has requested the  Government of India to reopen the doors for talks with Pakistan.          However, the security forces, deployed within the valley, have been asked to be on a high alert so that mischief mongers were hauled up in order to allow people to enjoy peace. What has upset the state Government and those connected with has been complete failure of the tourist season. Hoteliers, houseboat owners and traders besides    transporters believe that if peace was restored to Kashmir the valley would  witness heavy tourist arrivals during autumn.(KIP)

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