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Need has arisen to hit back as Pak continues
12/10/2018 10:56:29 PM

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Jammu, Dec 10: Army has once again reiterated that it would not hesitate to launch another surgical strike against terrorists if the need to do so arises.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said that Indian Army has realized that Pakistan is not ready to mend its ways and time has come to hit back again. "It has been more than two years when Indian Army crossed the Line of Control and destroyed the militant hideouts and the training camps. After surgical strikes everyone had expected that Pakistan would learn a lesson and would stop supporting the terrorists. But it did not happen," he said, adding, "Since 2016 Pakistan has intensified the terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir and has tried pushing in more and more terrorists into this side."
A Kashmir watcher said that terrorist activities have increased during the past two years in the Valley. "Besides pushing infiltrators terrorist handlers have roped in the local youth to pick up the arms and have activated their agents to spread radicalization," he said.
Vice-Chief of Army Staff Lt Gen Devraj Anbu has said the security forces would not hesitate to launch another surgical strike against terrorists if the need to do so arises. "The surgical strike on militant launchpads across the border was a show of strength by our armed forces and we won't hesitate to do it again if the enemy challenges us," Lt General Anbu has said.
India conducted the surgical strike on September 29, 2016 across the Line of Control as a response to a terrorist attack on an Indian Army base in Uri sector of Jammu and Kashmir earlier that month. Nineteen Indian soldiers died in the attack by Pakistan-backed terrorists.
"The Vice-Chief of the Army has said that another surgical strike would be launched if the need arises. Here the point is when would the need arise. Many people within the country believe that need has arisen and Pakistan needs to be a taught a lesson once again. It continues to support the terrorists and the separatists. There has been no change in Pakistan's policy towards Kashmir. The new Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has proved to be the Army's puppet as he is dancing to their tunes," an observer said.
He said that political leadership should take a note about the concerns of the nationalist people and allow the Indian Army to carry out a full-fledged strike against the terrorist camps active across the LoC. "The need of the hour is to take decisive action against the terrorists and their sympathizers. The BJP had assured the people that if it comes into power it would ensure that terrorism is wiped out from the country and the security forces would be given a free hand to tackle the enemy. The time is running out for the BJP led government as only a few months are left for the next Parliament elections," the observer added.
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