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Pak troops on high alert in Poonch sector
9/6/2019 10:38:06 PM
Pakistani troops on high alert in poonch sector for no reason because India is not smart enough to trigger border conflict yed along the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir have been put on high alert to foil any "misadventure" from across the LoC.
Sources said the Army was maintaining high vigil along the LoC in all sectors of Jammu and Kashmir to prevent militants from infiltrating to this side even as intelligence reports suggest three groups of militants were waiting at launch pads to sneak in Pakistan has been resorting to ceasefire violations simply to push groups of militants into Kashmir
"The troops are alert to foil any misadventure and respond to any act from across the LoC," .The troops along the LoC were on a high alert following the recent skirmishes between the Army and militants in different sectors of Kashmir region. Reports said that Army was using the Bofors howitzers to prevent militants from sneaking into the Valley while round-the-clock guard and patrolling was being conducted along the LoC.
The official said there had been recent clashes between the Army and militants along the LoC as militants were attempting to sneak in.
However, he said the anti-infiltration grid, which includes regular patrolling by troops, well-built barbed fence, radars and surveillance cameras - besides other measures were in place along the LoC to foil infiltration.
Despite the pressure mounted by the US and Russia indicating that removal of Article 370 and Article 35-A were internal matters of as such talks, that too bilateral could be started between New Delhi and Islamabad. Suggesting to Pakistan that the US has no intention of medicating between Pakistan and India on Kashmir issue which is a bilateral matter. Despite this pressure mounted on Pakistan troops of Pakistani origin continue to resort to violation of ceasefire to push groups of militants. And in this case two militants have been nabbed by the security forces who had converted south Kashmir into a hiding place. And they were candid in exposing the Pak Army for pushing them into the valley and raise the level of violence. Since Kashmir valley is on edge because of revocation of Article 370 and 35-A and it may require a fortnight to see the benefits of abrogation of these constitutional guarantees.
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