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After durbar, Pakistan may heat up Jammu frontiers further
'Will foil any aggression, give befitting reply'
10/20/2019 11:43:48 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 20: Embarrassed by the nationalist sentiment shown by Jammu in support of the decision of the Modi government to revoke Article 370, Pakistan would leave no stone unturned to heat up the Jammu frontiers after the reopening of the durbar offices in the winter capital, Early Times has learnt from reliable sources.
Sources said the intelligence agencies have inputs that Pakistan was working on a nefarious design to destabilize peace in Jammu through ceasefire violations on the frontiers in the winter capital region, especially when the move offices open there.
"There are inputs that Pakistan will intensify ceasefire violations in Jammu such that the pot remains boiling and the people living along the borders and the LoC don't enjoy the benefits of life (after abrogation of the special status)," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
Sources said Pakistan was working on a plan that would flare up the borders and thus leave the residents with no option but to the run for cover.
It is pertinent to mention that since the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5, the Jammu region has been bearing the brunt of Pakistani aggression in the form of ceasefire violations.
As per rough estimates, on an average, the Jammu frontiers have witnessed a ceasefire violation every 8 hours.
The ceasefire violations have already affected normal life especially in the districts of Rajauri, Poonch and Kathua districts.
While the educational activities are affected, agriculture and horticulture, which are the backbone of economy in these rural areas are badly affected, as the farmers are unable to go to the fields.
"Tension on the borders is supposed to be a concern for the seat of governance in Jammu and Pakistan wants to cash it to meet is ulterior motives," said an official on the condition of anonymity.
However, the Modi government is prepared to give a befitting reply to any such act of aggression from the enemy soil.
"Our forces are prepared and vigilant. We will foil any such aggression and give them a befitting reply," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity asking people not to worry.
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