Indian Army gave a befitting reply to Pakistani army after it violated ceasefire in Rajouri sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
The restrictions were imposed ahead of abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A, and division of the state into two Union Territories on August 5
Widespread security measures have been enforced across Jammu and Kashmir since the centre’s decision to withdraw special status under Articles 370 and 35A
Faesal was seen issuing threats of violence and insinuating ‘revenge’ against India in his recent tweets.
Thought schools have reopened, holding public rallies or meetings will not be allowed until further orders regarding the same are issued.
The photo, along with the post, shows an Indian soldier watching over as some Pakistani forces stand with a white flag in hand.
The additional troop deployment, experts have stated, was in anticipation to any violence that might be expected after the Home Minister’s statement in Rajya Sabha.
People’s Conference chairman and former BJP ally, Sajjad Lone, along with Imran Ansari was also taken into custody later on Monday evening.
Indian government abolishes decades-old laws that gave a measure of autonomy to the disputed Muslim-majority region.
These revelations, allegedly brought to light during the interrogation of the accused, form the basis of the chargesheet the Jammu & Kashmir police crime branch filed Monday.