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Army Major killed in J&K: How long will violence continue?
In yet another confirmation of the increasing terrorist violence in Jammu and Kashmir, an Indian army Major was killed in Poonch sector, while a Colonel was injured along with five jawans of 47 Rashtriya Rifles.
IN YET another confirmation of the increasing terrorist violence in Jammu and Kashmir, an Indian army Major was killed in Poonch sector, while  a Colonel was injured along with five jawans of 47 Rashtriya Rifles, when terrorists from across the border sneaked into Indian territory.
 

The army had gone to the spot following information that 15 Pakistani terrorists had sneaked into the Indian side. The army  launched a massive hunt and cordoned that area and also launched a search operation.
 
My simple question to our respected politicians is that how long it is going to take to end this violence and how many soldiers need to sacrifice their life? It has been more than 61 years of independence now but still our soldiers are dying for protecting and guarding the normal lives of the common man and our borders.

Why are we always putting forward ourselves for dialogue with our neighbour country; they don’t deserve dialogue. Why can’t our government put forward the message that ‘unless and until you stop terrorist activities in Kashmir we don’t want any dialogue with you’.


Do we really care for our soldiers, who are dying on the borders? Few weeks back Pak-sponsored over ground workers were accused of causing protests and stone pelting in Kashmir. When and how this violence is going to stop remains an unsolved problem. 

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