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J&K Shri Ram Sena condemns frequent ceasefire violations by Pakistan
Strongly condemning shelling of civilian areas by Pakistan which resulted in the death of three innocent civilians and injuries to others in the RS Pura sector in district Jammu, J&K Shri Ram Sena president, Rajiv Mahajan regretted that the Indian government has so far failed to manage international pressure on Pakistan, who had intensified activities from across the border and LoC in Jammu and Kashmir, which is a matter of great concern.

Expressing condolence over the deaths, Rajiv Mahajan strongly condemned the frequent violations of ceasefire on the international border and the line of control.

He came down heavily on Pakistan for again resorting to firing since yesterday, on the day when India is celebrating victory over Pakistan in 1965 War and said that this shows the intentions of Pakistan and its army towards the normalisation of relations between the two countries.

He said that the Central government must strongly convey to Pakistan that the ceasefire violations, sponsoring terrorism and talks can't go together.
He also lashed out at the Centre and State Government for their failure to fulfil the commitment with border residents with regard to five marls plot to them in safer zones.

Mahajan also demanded from state government to provide Rs 10 lakh and Rs 2 lakh as compensation to innocent civilians who lost their lives and got injured in border firing.

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