Terrorist attack kills 1 jawan and injures 2 others

The cross border terrorism infiltration from neighboring country Pakistan is still continuing. After just a few days back, India has conducted Surgical strikes to control the infiltration. But it seems to be not enough for the border sharing country.

In a fresh incident that took place in Baramulla on Sunday reiterates that the terrorists are not going to calm down unless some severe and big action is taken against them. There are reports that at least two Jawans got injured and one died.

Nearly 6 militants launched a suicide attack on 46 Rashtriya Rifles army camp in Kashmir’s Baramulla camp. Firing exchange took place between army and the militants. Baramulla is 56 Kms away from the state capital Srinagar. The incident took place at night around 10.30 P.M.

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Indian Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has taken the review of the security situation and has ordered for a necessary action.

India, despite of maintain its restraint against Pakistan, the actions from the neighbor are not helpful in maintaining Peace and stability in the region. On one side Pakistan is urging all the world countries to interfere in the war like situation between both the countries and on the other side, it is provoking India with terrorist activities.

Earlier there were reports in Pakistan’s media that both NSA counterparts, Sartaj Aziz of Pakistan and Ajit Doval of India had agreed to defuse tensions. But the incident has that took place clearly suggest that Pakistan is not serious about maintaining Peace.

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There is a continuation of violation of cease fire by Pakistan for the past many years. But India has maintained its restrain and is watching the developments across the border. But, the time suggests that too much patience sometimes is also not suggestible.

Let us wait and watch for India’s reaction officially about the suicide attack made now on the army camp inside the nation.