Published: Thu, February 15, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Mehbooba for talks between India-Pakistan to end bloodshed in the valley

Mehbooba for talks between India-Pakistan to end bloodshed in the valley

Jammu/Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Monday pitched afresh for a dialogue between India and Pakistan to end the violence in the restive state, even as a gunfight raged between terrorists and security forces in Srinagar. The people of Jammu & Kashmir are suffering.

While Sitharaman reiterated that Pakistan will pay the price for its "misadventure", CM Mufti called for resuming peace dialogue with Pakistan as the "solution" for troubles in the valley. The spokesman said Pakistan was ready for talks with India but this should be "dialogue with dignity" and instead of talks offer coming from Srinagar it is the Modi government in New Delhi to come forward for a dialogue.

Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal has said that Pakistan is fully committed and capable of defending itself against any act of aggression. We find the people who are directly responsible for the Mumbai attacks and many others still free and happily roaming in Pakistan."We will be providing evidence to prove the attack sponsored from across the border", she added. I repeat, Pakistan will pay for it".

India warned Pakistan that it would "pay for this misadventure" following a deadly attack by militants on an army camp in Jammu and Kashmir that has stoked tensions between the nuclear armed rivals.

"Pakistan is expanding the arc of terror.resorting to cease-fire violations to assist infiltration", she said. "The attackers have taken shelter in an under-construction building near the camp", CRPF Inspector General Ravideep Sahi told BenarNews, adding that gunfire between at least two militants and Indian security forces had not stopped as of Monday evening. She visited the Military Hospital, Jammu and enquired about the health of the injured persons of Sunjwan terror attack. She said, "I wish to express my deepest condolences on loss of lives of our soldiers". She complemented the valour of soldiers for carrying out the entire operation with precision.

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In 2016, after 18 soldiers were killed in an attack on the Uri base camp in Kashmir, India carried out a surgical strike.

"6 fatal casualties, including a civilian were cost by the terrorists". Three terrorists of the JeM outfit, wearing army fatigues, were gunned down during the counter-operation.

The report also states that terrorist organisations will continue to take advantage of the safe havens provided by Pakistan.

Investigators say the militants entered the camp after creating a breach by cutting the barbed wire fence on the rear side of the camp.

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