kashmir: Pakistan ‘warns’ against any Indian cross-border raid after Sunjuwan attack | India News
ISLAMABAD/SRINAGAR: Pakistan warned India towards cross-border strikes after Indian authorities blamed Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) for an assault on an Military camp during which troopers and their households had been focused.
Saturday’s assault on the Sunjuwan camp in Jammu was the worst in months, with 5 troopers and the daddy of one of many troopers killed and girls and youngsters among the many ten wounded.
India stated the closely armed attackers had been members of the JeM, drawing criticism from Pakistan about dashing to judgment with no full inquiry.
“It’s a properly established sample that Indian officers start making irresponsible statements and levelling unfounded allegations, even earlier than any correct investigation in any incident has been initiated,” Pakistan’s international ministry stated in a press release.
India, it stated, was making these allegations to divert consideration from its brutality in attempting to manage the armed revolt in Kashmir, and warned towards any retaliatory measures throughout the Line of Management (LoC).
“We hope that the worldwide neighborhood would urge India to cease the untold atrocities and gross violations of human rights in Kashmir (and) chorus from any misadventure throughout the Line of Management…” it stated.
India has lengthy accused Pakistan of coaching and arming terrorists and serving to them infiltrate throughout the closely militarised LoC into Jammu and Kashmir.
The pinnacle of the Jammu & Kashmir state police, SP Vaid, informed reporters over the weekend that they’d communication intercepts pointing to the JeM, which has emerged as a high group combating tons of of 1000’s of Indian forces in Kashmir.
The Military stated the attackers wore fatigues and had assault rifles, a UBGL and grenades.
In 2016, India carried out surgical strikes after 18 troopers had been killed in an assault on the Uri base in Kashmir.
Pakistan denies giving materials assist to the fighters in Kashmir and says it solely supplies diplomatic and ethical help to the Kashmiri individuals in ‘their battle for self-determination’.
On Monday, Indian troopers foiled an assault on CRPF camp in Srinagar. An encounter is presently ongoing between the terrorists and the safety forces, and one CRPF jawan has been martyred.