New Delhi, December 12
Sardar Raees Inqlabi, Pakistan occupied Kashmir based Jammu and Kashmir Aman Forum on Monday claimed that the neighbouring country was paying Rs one crore per terrorist to cross the Line of Control into India. This statement comes at a time when the Jammu and Kashmir are reeling under pressure following regular ceasefire violations by the Pakistani military posts. Meanwhile, cross-border terrorists are also reported to have repeatedly crossed the border causing distress in the country. earlier this year, one such attack on an n army base near the LOC in Uri had resulted in the death of 19 Indian army men.
The Indian army, then, authorised by the government, had conducted surgical strikes across the LoC, killing a significant number of threats. India, since then has attempted to isolate Pakistan on a global level and New Delhi is reported to have been discussing declaring it as a terror state. Terrorists have crossed the border in the past and reports have also suggested that they have escaped due to the cover firing provided by the Pakistani army posts.
The diplomatic relations between the two countries also have been at an all time low as a staffer from Pakistani High Commission had been found out with India’s sensitive defence papers. Two others had also been nabbed with him by Delhi police but had to be sent back to Pakistan as they were on diplomatic passports. In response, Pakistan had also accused a few Indian officers of being spies and sent them back to the country.