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Pak can no longer divide people
1/8/2023 11:56:20 PM

People remaining united after the Rajouri terror attack has sent a strong message to Pakistan and the terrorists sponsored by it that they cannot divide Hindus and Muslims by carrying out target killings.
The shutdown call given by the Hindu organizations against the gruesome murders of the civilians was supported by the Muslim parties. The bandh evoked a complete response as the business establishments of both the communities remained shut across the Chenab Valley.
The message is clear that Pakistan can no longer divide people of J&K on religious lines as the people have understood that terrorists only want to kill innocents.
The terrorists killing six innocents triggered outrage in Chenab Valley as the people came out on streets demanding stern action against the terrorists. Pakistan refusing to mend its ways is building a strong case for the Indian Army to cross the Line of Control (LoC) and dismantle the terror training camps and other infrastructure.
The voices to reclaim Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) are becoming shriller as the consensus is building up that Pakistan needs to be taught a lesson. After the abrogation of Article 370, the terrorists have turned their guns towards the common people. They have been targeting the minorities in Jammu and Kashmir to trigger communal violence but people have understood their machinations.
Members of Village Defence Commitees have been provided with the weapons so that they can defend themselves in case the terrorists strike.
The reactivation of the VDCs will help in providing the sense of security to the villages living near the LoC as there is every possibility of the terrorists entering these villages and sneaking back into the other side after carrying out the attacks. In order to take them head on, the VDCs can play an important role in curbing the terrorism and uniting the people. The exemplary show of unity by the people has driven home a point that Pakistan can no more succeed in its designs to burn J&K again. The misadventures will be given a befitting reply and if the neighbouring country refuses to mend its ways then there is every possibility about India retaliating in a bigger way.
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