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'Pak would have to pay a heavy price for truce violations, sniper attacks along LoC'
Terrorist handlers making all possible attempts to push in infiltrators into J&K
11/12/2018 10:32:24 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 12: As the local terrorists active in Kashmir Valley are falling like lame ducks, the terrorist handlers sitting across the Line of Control (LoC) are making all the possible attempts to push in the foreign mercenaries to intensify the violence in the strife torn Kashmir.
Sources told Early Times that "The terror infrastructure is intact along the LoC and the terrorists are waiting for an opportunity to cross over," they added.
A defence analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Since the day Imran Khan has taken over the reins of Pakistan terrorists have become more active. They have been given a free hand to operate so that they can spread more terror in India and can intensify their activities in Jammu and Kashmir."
He said that terror returning to Kishtwar is an indication that terrorists are spreading their tentacles in Jammu region also. "They need to be eliminated before they cause more harm," the analyst added.
He said that Army Chief General Bipin Rawat has made it clear that policy on terror won't be changed and the terrorists whether they are locals or foreigners would be dealt with sternly.
"140 to 160 militants at different locations in Pakistan are being pushed into the state. The militancy infrastructure is intact and Pakistan's intentions have not changed. The Pakistan army and the ISI's complicity in planning infiltration and militant attacks is evident and it continues," said, Lieutenant general Paramjit Singh, who took over as the General Officer Commanding of Nagrota-based White Knight Corps recently.
An official said that the recent sniper attacks mounted by the Pakistan troops along the LoC are making the Army rethink about its strategy to hit back. "During the past two months we have lost more than five jawans in sniper attacks. Army is devising a strategy to pay them back. People sitting on other side only understand the language of bullets and they have to be taught a lesson in the language which they understand," the official added.
He said that for troops along the LoC, there is no ceasefire as Pakistan keeps on violating it every now and then. "The Pakistan army has developed the art of back stabbing and whenever it gets a chance to cause harm to forward posts it doesn't miss it. We do not initiate fire, but we give it back in adequate measure," the official added.
He said that most of the top officers are of the opinion that time has come to trample the LoC and destroy the terror infrastructure present in Pakistan. "We need to initiate rather than to react," the official added.
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