Infiltration bid foiled, four militants killed

Posted May 28, 2017

Defence spokesman Colonel Rajesh Kalia said the BAT action was aimed against the Indian Army along the LoC.

The Indian army says soldiers have killed four suspected rebels along the highly militarized de-facto border that divides the disputed region of Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

"Don't see the situation of two or three months to judge the situation in Jammu and Kashmir".

Pulwama: Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Burhan Wani, was on Saturday killed along with another terrorist in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of Kashmir's Pulwama district. There was no independent confirmation of the incident. On Tuesday, the Army had released a video clip saying it launched "punitive fire assaults" on Pakistani positions across the LoC inflicting "some damage". But this time a "surgical strike' will not be possible as the Pakistan army is prepared".

"Thousands of men and women in India have started a movement against the country; India is trying to frame these Kashmiri men and women as terrorists", said Aziz.

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"India has been heightening tension at the LoC to hide these crimes against the innocent Kashmiris being perpetrated with impunity", Sartaj Aziz said.

"In all these operations, Indian troops have recovered large quantity of war-like stores".

New Delhi accuses Islamabad of sending armed militants to Indian-controlled Kashmir.

He urged the global community, particularly the United Nations, the Organisation of Islamic Countries and human rights organisations to call upon India to immediately stop "the ruthless killing of defenceless Kashmiris". However, Islamabad says it only provides moral and political support to Kashmiris.

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