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Efforts Taken To Reduce India-Pakistan Tensions Over LoC

Monday, October 3, 2016 0:51
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Amid weeks of tensions in the Line of Control (LoC) the National Security Advisors of India and Pakistan has finally talked and agreed to try defusing tension.

Advisor of foreign affairs to Pakistan Prime Minister, Sartaj Aziz, confirmed representatives of the two neighboring nations have talked about the fraught state of India-Pakistan relations.

Aziz said, “Both officials stressed on the need to establish contact to reduce tensions along the Line of Control.”


Aziz claims Pakistan wants to reduce tensions in the region and focus in Kashmir where as India does not want the same.

He added Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Shariff has already told to the world leaders the border tensions in the region will continue with India.

Meanwhile, late Sunday night two heavily armed terrorists were killed while trying to attack two military camps belonging to the Rashtriya Rifles and the Border Security Force (BSF) in Baramulla in northern Kashmir.

India conducted the so-called surgical strkes on Thursday on several terror camps in Pakistan and killed about three dozen terrorists.

The attack was in response to the terrorist attacks in Uri on September 18 in which 19 Indian soldiers were martyred.


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