India, Pakistan again target army posts, villages in Kashmir

India, Pakistan again target army posts, villages in Kashmir

India, Pakistan again target army posts, villages in Kashmir

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said no militant group would be allowed to operate from Pakistani soil to carry out attacks overseas, days after his government announced a sweeping crackdown against Islamist militant organisations.

Pakistan on Thursday said it will "soon" respond to a dossier handed over to it by India on "specific details" of involvement of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in the deadly Pulwama terror attack as also the presence of camps of the UN-proscribed terror outfit in the country.

It is unfortunate that Pakistan still continues to deny JeM's own claim of carrying out the Pulwama attack in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed, he said.

Islamabad's move comes after amid growing worldwide pressure in the wake of a bombing in Pulwama by Jaish-e-Mohammed, a terrorist group based in Pakistan.

Islamabad also plans to lodge a complaint against India at the United Nations, accusing New Delhi of "eco-terrorism", the report said.

The new violence flared up at several places along the Line of Control that divides the Himalayan territory of Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

"While we are being told that hard action is being taken against the JuD and Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation, all that has been done is that they are only on the watchlist".

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Pakistan says Kashmir was unfairly made part of India when British India was partitioned at the end of colonial rule, and the people of Kashmir should be allowed to decide if they want to join Pakistan or remain part of India.

The escalating tension in the wake of the bombing led to a major confrontation between the nuclear-armed rivals, with both countries carrying out aerial bombing missions and even engaging in a brief dogfight that prompted fears of a war. He lauded Pakistan's peace gesture of releasing the captured Indian pilot.

Reports said PM Modi's office was sent a message for a telephonic conversation between the leaders, but there was no "positive" response. Kashmir is split between Pakistan and India, and is claimed by both in its entirety.

Congress leaders have become poster boys of Pakistan as far as the issue of terrorism is concerned, said BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav here on Friday.

"When I spoke to Modi after becoming Prime Minister, I said South Asia has the highest rate of poverty and we should resolve issues through dialogue".

Continuing his tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he alleged that Modi was creating two Indias - one in which only the rich benefited and the other in which farmers seeking loan waiver are let down.

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