Omar calls for ‘tough action’ against Pakistan

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KL Report

SRINAGAR

As exchange of firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and on International Border (IB) continues, Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has called for ‘tough action’ against Pakistan.

“Centre should explore other options if Pakistan continues to violate ceasefire along the LoC,” Omar said in a police function on Monday. Calling the ceasefire violation a ‘one-sided affair’, Omar said, “It cannot be a one sided affair, we can’t be at the receiving end without giving any response.”

He also hit out at Pakistan’s call for international intervention on the Kashmir issue. “India will not accept any foreign intervention on the Kashmir issue,” Omar said. “Centre should explore other options if Pakistan continues to violate ceasefire,” Omar Abdullah said.

Meanwhile heavy exchange of firing occurred between Indian and Pakistani troops through the night on 20 areas in four sectors – RS Pura, Ramgarh, Sambha and Arnia. The village of Suchetgarh in Samba district is now deserted after all villagers fled the area while schools in Pargwal have been ordered closed.

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