Kashmir has been seeing a spate of renewed violence.
Kupwara Army camp attack: Terrorists attacked the security personnel at about 4 am this morning. Three Indian Army personnel, including an officer, were killed in the attack.
Kupwara Army camp attacked: Three army personnel, including an army officer, have been killed in the attack.
With the political grey zone carefully created by the PDP disappearing and support for the party dwindling, its leadership is “looking at ways to keep the alliance afloat” and “stay in power” because other options appear to be running out.
“The situation in the Valley is so fragile that any little thing can trigger any kind of protest, including a violent protest.”
The attack comes on a day when Jammu Kashmir Chief Minister and PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti met Prime Minister Narendra Modi
The meeting comes in the wake of recent incidents of violence, including the clashes between security forces and civilians during the Srinagar by-elections.
Violence against Kashmiris: “Take strict against those perpetrating any sort of violence”
The use of pellet guns became a matter of debate during the clashes which broke out in the valley after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani.
The infiltration bid comes a day after Kashmir saw violence during a by-poll to the Lok Sabha seat of Srinagar.
Pulwama encounter: Three to four militants are hiding in a house which the security forces have now surrounded.
“We want to amicably resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir with India,” said Zakaria.
“Every time there is prospect for talks, they come up with a new excuse,” said Zakaria.
Reports of shops being open as well as increased public transport plying on the roads were received from many other districts of the Valley
Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said it was an effort by India to divert the international attention from its “continued violations of human rights” in Kashmir, the Geo news report said.