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Indian Soldiers, 2 Terrorists Killed in Counter-Terror Operation in Kashmir

Indian Soldiers, 2 Terrorists Killed in Counter-Terror Operation in Kashmir

A fresh encounter in Pulwama broke out on Monday morning in South Kashmir's Pulwama after the Pakistan-based outfit's Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) militants fired upon security forces.

The Kashmiri students blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist ruling party for stoking anti-Muslim and anti-Kashmiri sentiment in India ahead of a general election due this year. "When, where, by whom - our soldiers will decide". Indian forces responded by declaring a round-the-clock curfew. A civilian named Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat was critically injured in the crossfire and subsequently succumbed to his injuries.

The Punjab CM said that India can not be held ransom just because Pakistan has nuclear weapons.

Within hours of the attack, New Delhi withdrew trade privileges for Islamabad and ended police protection to four Kashmiri separatist leaders.

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) soldiers pay tribute to their colleague Maneswar Basumatary, who was killed in Thursday's bombing in Kashmir, at the air force station in Gauhati, India.

Many Indians as well as Kashmiris in capital New Delhi and other cities offered their homes to the Kashmiris vacating their places following threats to their lives.

"We are at a unsafe moment, and authorities must do everything they can to uphold the rule of law", said Aakar Patel, head of Amnesty India.

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However, Pakistan has rejected all allegations of its role in the attack and demanded evidence for the claims. India will urge the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) an worldwide monetary watchdog, to blacklist Pakistan.

Kashmir, divided between India and Pakistan since 1947, is at the heart of the troubled ties between the neighbors.

The Guard's top commander Ali Jafari called on Pakistan to "punish" the group dubbed Jaish al-Adl.

"They were looking for militants, as they said that they had information about militants hiding in the house", Malik said.

Kashmir has always been a hot point between the two countries with India accusing Pakistan of supporting militants in the region. "Observers worry that blacklisting Azhar could be used by India to increase its military pressure on Pakistan, thus risking exacerbating tensions between the two countries".

The move comes after dozens of Indian paramilitary troops and army soldiers were killed in two recent separate incidents. "We also have nuclear weapons". Pakistan warned India not to link it to the attack without an investigation, saying that it was part of New Delhi's "known rhetoric and tactics" to divert global attention from human rights violations in Kashmir.

In a series of tweets, Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal said, "Indian MEA's insinuations about FS briefing to diplomatic corps are groundless".

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