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Final decision over PoK on cards as neighbouring country refuses to mend its ways
Rajnath gives ultimatum to Pakistan
9/15/2019 10:52:35 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Sept 15: Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh seems to have given a last warning to Pakistan by stating that it should stop promoting terrorism otherwise it would disintegrate.
Referring to the recent statement of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan that his people should not cross Line of Control (LoC), Singh said, "Khan has given good advice to his people not to cross the LoC as the Indian soldiers are ready and won't allow them to return."
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "Pakistan politicians and its Army should read the writing on the wall. If it fails to mend its ways then its disintegration is inevitable."
He said the terrorists who have been purchased by Pakistan to foment trouble in Jammu & Kashmir have been given a befitting reply by the security forces. These terrorists have been trying to hound the people for the past three decades but they have not been able to snatch a single inch of J&K."
The analyst said that Rajnath Singh statement is a last warning to Pakistan and it should not take the warning lightly. "Top leaders of our country have already made it clear that decision has been taken to integrate Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). Army Chief General Bipin Rawat recently stated that army is waiting for a direction from the government to cross over to PoK and troops are ready to liberate the part of Kashmir which is under illegal control of Pakistan," he added.
An observer said that there are reports about more than 200 terrorists waiting to cross the Line of Control and launching pads are full. "There is every possibility about some terrorists may have already sneaked into J&K and they are waiting for the directions from their bosses sitting across the LoC."
He said, "Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is dancing to the tunes of his army and ISI, which have asked him to deliver provocative speeches to keep Kashmir burning. Intentions of Pakistan are clear that it wants conflict to prolong at the cost of the people of Jammu & Kashmir."
The Pakistan Army resorting to frequent ceasefire violations and attacking the civilians in the frontier areas are an ample proof about the intentions of the neighbouring country. "Many people believe that the Government of India is likely to take a final decision to end the conflict in Jammu & Kashmir as Pakistan is refusing to change its tactics," he added.
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