J&K's Determination Against Cross-Border Terrorism: DGP's Stern Warning

In response to recent terror attacks, Jammu and Kashmir's DGP R R Swain accused Pakistan of disrupting peace through mercenaries. He assured that Indian forces are prepared to retaliate robustly, warning local collaborators of severe consequences. The statement comes amid a high-level security review in Reasi district following multiple attacks.

PTI | Katra/Jammu | Updated: 13-06-2024 16:03 IST | Created: 13-06-2024 16:03 IST
J&K's Determination Against Cross-Border Terrorism: DGP's Stern Warning
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In the aftermath of four deadly terrorist attacks in as many days, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police, R R Swain, has accused Pakistan of attempting to destabilize the region through its mercenaries. Swain asserted that Indian forces are fully prepared to deliver a robust response to these hostile actions.

During a high-level security review meeting in Reasi district, the DGP warned that local collaborators, who support Pakistani terrorists for money and narcotics, would deeply regret their decisions. 'These agents have stakes here, including families and jobs, unlike the Pakistani terrorists who have nothing to lose,' he emphasized.

The heightened alert follows incidents in Reasi, Kathua, and Doda districts over the past four days, resulting in the deaths of nine people, including pilgrims and a CRPF jawan. Swain reiterated that the security forces remain committed to maintaining peace and eradicating terrorism from the region.

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