Terror In Kashmir Proves Pakistan Is Not Looking For Peace In Valley And We Should Stop Extending Olive Branch, Too

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4:07 pm 6 Dec, 2014

Twenty-one people, including eight soldiers, were killed in a string of attacks across Kashmir on Friday.

Kashmir Valley was yesterday rocked by four attacks by militants from across the border, who stormed an army camp in Uri leaving 11 security personnel including Lt Colonel Sankalp Kumar dead and killed two civilians in Tral. Among them was a top commander of Pakistan-based terror outfit LeT and seven militants.

Indian Army in Kashmir

Photo: Umar Ganie

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir was a “shameful act on the democratic process” in the state which is in the midst of assembly polls.

Lt. Col. Sanklap Shukla, a resident of Ranchi, was killed in the attack. He is survived by an eight-year-old daughter and a four-year-old son.

Indian Soldier

Photos: Umar Ganie

 

Our PM said:

 

One of the places of attack was Soura:

 

Fighting for their country, these braves laid down their precious lives:

 

Attacks in Kashmir

Photo: The Indian EXPRESS

 

But some people never learn. They urge for more violence in the name of religion:

Hafiz Saeed:

Youth wing of PML-N:

PML-N stands for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, the party to which Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif belongs.

Indian army soldiers search for suspected militants as smoke rises from a bunker after a gunbattle at Mohra, in Uri December 5, 2014. Five members of the Indian security forces were killed in a suicide attack on an army artillery camp in northern Kashmir early on Friday as militants step up violence in the disputed region near the border with Pakistan, officials said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail

Indian army soldiers search for suspected militants as smoke rises from a bunker after a gunbattle at Mohra, in Uri December 5, 2014. Five members of the Indian security forces were killed in a suicide attack on an army artillery camp in northern Kashmir early on Friday as militants step up violence in the disputed region near the border with Pakistan, officials said. REUTERS/Danish Ismail

 

Violent people will remain violent people. What about those who appear to have lost their sanity?

About a comment made by Sitaram Yechury and another made by Mehbooba Mufti:

Which boils down to this:

 

 

Indian soldiers in Kashmir

Indian soldiers with slain terrorists. Photo: ANI Twitter

Meanwhile, a pro-BJP Maulana is attacked by pro-separatists:

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