Indian Pakistani troops exchange fire in Kashmir
SRINAGAR: A hour after the Indian media guaranteed troops of its nation had traded shoot with Pakistani warriors close by the debated fringe in Kashmir, Foreign Office representative denied the reports, saying no shot had been discharged by Pakistan.
Eighteen warriors kicked the bucket in Sunday's assault, which was the most exceedingly bad of its kind to hit the separated Himalayan locale in over 10 years and has expanded threatening vibe between the atomic equipped neighbors.
Prior, Indian armed force representative Colonel Rajesh Kalia had said there had been a "truce infringement" close Uri, where Sunday's assault occurred, however gave no further subtle elements. Uri is close to the Line of Control (LoC) which isolates the questioned region.
On Sunday Home Minister Rajnath Singh blamed Pakistan for "proceeded and direct backing to psychological warfare and fear monger amasses" and called for it to be globally disengaged.
Periodic infringement of a 2003 truce between the atomic furnished opponents are not unprecedented. The keep going was accounted for on September 6 this year and created no setbacks.
Be that as it may, security specialists say India does not have the military capacities to go up against its neighbor in the partitioned Himalayan locale, effectively tense following quite a while of savage conflicts amongst police and demonstrators challenging at Indian guideline.
A few agitator bunches have battled an expected 500,000 Indian powers sent in the domain, requesting freedom for the Muslim-lion's share locale or its merger with Pakistan.