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Besides UN Indian Govt too worried over Kashmir situation
5/19/2017 12:02:16 AM
Besides the UN, senior Indian central Ministers and those from Jammu and Kashmir have been watching the situation that has emerged in the Kashmir valley because of regular clashes between students and the security forces and as a result of ceasefire violations by the Pakistani troops and Rangers from sector to sector. Well during the last five days the Pakistani troops and Rangers have resorted to unprovoked ceasefire violations in Poonch and Rajouri sectors which has given an Impression, all over the world,that the entire state of Jammu and Kashmir is faced with serious security problem. What is a matter of concern for the Union Government Is the way the Defence Minister,Arun Jaitley,has advanced his two-day visit to Kashmir by a day so that he is able to have and the spot assessment of the security scenario and that too in the company of the Army Chief,Gen. Bipin Rawat. In Kashmir Jaitley has held detailed discussion with senior Army fu nctionaries and wanted to know the way to restore peace to Kashmir.And already the Deputy Chief Minister,Dr Nirmal Singh,has met the Defence Minister,the Union Home Minister an d the Minister for roads and highways and informed them about the latest security scenario in the Kashmir valley.
TheUN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is watching the rising tensions between India and Pakistan very closely and reiterates the need for the South Asian neighbours to find a peaceful solution through engagement and dialogue.Guterres' spokesperson Stephane Dujarric, responding to a question at the daily press briefing has asserted that the Secretary General is not reluctant to focus on the issue."I don't think it's a matter of reluctance. As I said, he's obviously watching the situation very closely and reiterates his need for the parties to find a peaceful solution through engagement and dialogue," Dujarric said.The Secretary-General, "a student of history", knows what has happened, Dujarric said referring to similar tense and volatile situations in the world.Dujarric has repeatedly said that Guterres is following the situation in Kashmir amid escalating tensions at the border between India and Pakistan.The UN Chief has not made any direct intervention to resolve the issue and his spokesperson has repeatedly said the UN Chief reiterates his call for India and Pakistan to find a peaceful solution through engagement and dialogue to resolve the Kashmir issue
Pakistan has been encouraged to resort to ceasefire violations forcing 10,000 border villagers to migrate to safer places and provide moral, material and diplomatic support to militants, operating in Jammu and Kashmir, after China announced that it will turn Pakistan into economically viable country indicating that the level of military and non-military aid from China to Pakistan will increase in the near future. It is easy for the world community to judge to designs of Pakistan and its agencies when several hundred youth pelted stones on the troops who were assigned the task of arresting militants in parts of south Kashmir. In fact the student community has been goaded by Pak agencies and militants to resort to stone pelting so that the Army postpones search and anti-insurgency operations.
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