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Stop trade, Karwan-e-Aman bus service with Pakistan: J&K Shri Ram Sena
Shri Ram Sena, Jammu and Kashmir, on Wednesday strongly condemned the cowardly act of the Pakistan Army which in an ambush on Indian soldiers in Macchil sector of the Line of Control in Kupwara District killed three Indian Army personnel and mutilated the body of one of them.

Addressing media persons here today, Shri Ram Sena state President Rajiv Mahajan termed the act of beheading of the Indian Army Jawan by the Pakistan Army as cowardly. He said Pakistan has no guts to fight an open war with India, so it is fighting a proxy war through sponsored militants.

Rajiv Mahajan asked the state government why it is sympathetic towards Pakistan and holding all trade and travel with it. He asked the State Government to discard all trade and travel with Pakistan till it mends its behaviour. Trade with Pakistan and visits through Karvan-e-Aman bus have no mean till the Pakistan stop proxy war and cross border firing. Mahajan demanded immediate snapping of all ties with Pakistan including business and travelling.

Mahajan also appealed to the central government to snap all ties with Pakistan and give befitting reply to avenge the cowardly act committed by the Pakistan Army. He said, as the Pakistan cannot mend its way of nefarious designs, it deserves tit for tat treatment.

Mahajan warned the state as well as the central government if it did not stop trade and travel with Pakistan within one week, the people of Jammu will come on roads and hold strong protest, the responsibility of which shall lie on the government.

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