Mon. Nov 18th, 2019

Pakistan to promote violence on the border before the UN meeting

Pakistan is now plotting violence

Pakistan is now plotting violence after Pakistan failed at every step in the internationalization of India's internal affairs to end the provisional provisions of the Constitution relating to the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan is now plotting violence after Pakistan failed at every step in the internationalization of India’s internal affairs to end the provisional provisions of the Constitution relating to the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Officials said on Thursday that before the UN General Assembly meeting later this month, Pakistan is trying to escalate violence to draw the attention of the world community towards Jammu and Kashmir on the international border and the Line of Control.

Fear of increased terrorist infiltration, cross-border firing

A security official, citing intelligence said that there is a possibility of infiltration and cross-border firing by militants in the coming days so that Pakistan can present a picture of disturbances in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that the security forces have been instructed to take extra vigilance along the border as well as in the interior areas so as to thwart any courage of the Pakistan Army and Pakistan-backed terrorists.

United Nations General Assembly meeting begins on 17 September

The meeting of the United Nations General Assembly will begin on 17 September and will include the leaders of most countries. According to the intelligence caught, Pakistan feels that this is the right opportunity to agree on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. Ever since the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was abolished on 5 August, Pakistan has been approached by world powers to speak in its favor and against the decision of the Indian government.

Pakistan is isolated on Kashmir, only with China

Another official said that no country except China has supported Pakistan. Therefore, Islamabad will try its best to raise the Kashmir issue by promoting violence. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the United Nations General Assembly session. Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan will also attend this annual event. Khan is constantly trying for ‘nuclear blackmailing’ on the Kashmir issue and has reiterated the possibility of a military confrontation between two nuclear-powered neighbors.

Pakistan increased the army on the border for infiltration of terrorists

Pakistan has deployed another brigade along the Line of Control amid tension over the issue of Jammu and Kashmir. He is posted in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir near Bagh and Kotli sector of LOC. The Pakistan Army has not currently deployed him to offensive positions. According to Indian Army sources, Pakistan has deployed these troops within 30 km radius of LoC. The Indian Army is closely monitoring the movement across the LoC. Pakistan is believed to have deployed additional troops along the border to carry out terrorist infiltration.

Defense Minister Rajnath’s warning, India will not hesitate to use force

Meanwhile, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has given a clear warning to Pakistan that India has never been aggressive, but that does not mean that it would hesitate to use its power for its defense. He made this remark at the defense talks in Seoul against the backdrop of growing tensions between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue.

Rajnath is on 3-day South Korea tour

Singh said in the presence of top military officials of South Korea, ‘If you look at the history of India, it has never been nor will it be an attacker. But this does not mean that he will be able to avoid using his power to protect himself. The Defense Minister arrived in South Korea on Wednesday on a three-day visit. He tweeted several tweets one after the other from his Twitter handle. He said, ‘Defense diplomacy is an important pillar of India’s strategic policy. Indeed, defense diplomacy and a strong military force are two sides of the same coin. They walk together. ‘

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