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War clouds are hovering on border


War clouds are hovering on border

, November 20 (KIP):- Though normalcy has been restored to
valley, the repeated ceasefire violations on the border by the
Pakistani troops keeps peace in the state in a state of uncertainty.

If the US, China and Russia do not intervene war clouds are
hovering on the Indo-Pak border with Pakistan, according to senior
Government officials, is getting ready to strike with venom. And
too is preparing for an offensive in case Pakistan continues to
violate ceasefire agreement.

The Indian troops and the BSF have been asked to hit back with
force and fury so that Pak gunners fall silent. This time India and
Pakistan seem to be preparing for a major border conflict but
Islamabad has been on the defensive with normalcy having been restored
to the valley.

And with reports that transport services are back, shops have
reopened after four months and work in educational institutions and
offices  has become almost normal, Pakistani troops are engaged in
ceasefire violations, from one sector to the other, to push groups of
militants into the Kashmir valley. Agencies across the LOC and the IB
feel that since militants, operating in the state, have lost manpower
and have started feeling the pinch of shortage of weapons and
ammunition besides explosives, these agencies may seek help from
border smugglers for smuggling arms and ammunition into Kashmir.

It is in this connection that a fresh alert has been sounded on
the LOC and on the IB with instructions to troops and the BSF to
upgrade the border management so that each and every infiltration bid
was foiled. Once the level of ingress touched zero Kashmir would
experience peace.(KIP)

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