IHK’s militarisation | Pakistan Today

IHK’s militarisation

India has shrugged off US president’s repeated mediation offers, though without chanting the ‘atoot ang’ mantra (sacred words or sounds repeated). Simultaneously, she rushed ten thousand additional troops to IHK to meet tangible terror threat from Pakistan. Lt Gen KJS Dhillon, Corps Commander of the Srinagar-headquartered 15 Corps, along with IGP Kashmir SP Pani and CRPF ADG Zulfiquar Hasan addressed a joint press conference in Srinagar. He claimed to have recovered a cache of snipers and land mines with Pak army markings. The airlifting of additional forces triggered rumours that Article 35-A was being rescinded. The puppet governor of Kashmir had to publicly announce that ‘there were no plans to abrogate Article 35A’.
Some newspapers reported that Pakistan would withhold terrorist attacks until it has passed the FATF test this coming October. India highlights ‘terror threat’ while simultaneously dispelling it for reason of FATF constraints on Pakistan. Let India be consistent in its lies.
M. A. Hameed