Pakistan's Childish Activities Won't Solve Kashmir Issue: Defence Expert

Published: 15th August 2015 10:38 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th August 2015 10:38 PM   |  A+A-


BHOPAL: Speaking on rise in the ceasefire violations by Pakistan, Defence expert S R Sinho on Saturday said that Pakistan needs to understand that its childish activities of killing people and causing harm will not solve the Kashmir issue.

“The ongoing ceasefire violations in the Poonch and Balakot sectors are becoming a regular habit of Pakistan,” Sinho told ANI here.

“Pakistan wants to mislead Pakistan’s public, Lashkar-e-Taiba’s Lakhvi and separatist leaders of Kashmir. Pakistan does not understand that Kashmir’s issue will not get solved via these childish activities of killing people and causing harm,” he added.

Sinho further said that to solve this issue, Pakistan will have to take the matter seriously and change their attitude, otherwise they will have to face the consequences.

Three civilians were killed and around 15 were injured today after the Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire along the border in Jammu and Kashmir's Balakot region.

Earlier in the afternoon, more than four civilians reported injured after the Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire.

Pakistani troops resorted to firing at Indian outposts from around midnight.

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