LoC skirmishes would hit peace process: CRPF
Bijbehara, Jan 12: The Inspector General of paramilitary CRPF S S Sandhu on Saturday said that Indo-Pak border skirmishes would have direct implications on the state.
Speaking to media persons during a function here in south Kashmir he said, “The escalating tension on the borders is certainly not a good sign and would have direct implications on JK as it will have direct impact on the peace process”.
“Militants are trying to regroup but forces are alert enough to foil their attempts,” he said.
On the threats issued by Taliban of infiltrating into the valley, the IGP said, “It is a mere propaganda and a ploy to keep security agencies engaged. Our security grid is strong enough and we won’t allow them to infiltrate at any cost”.
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