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India Won't Suffer In Silence, Cost To Pakistan Will Be Severe: Arun Jaitley To NDTV

11:21  02 november  2016
11:21  02 november  2016 Source:   ndtv.com

Pakistan violates ceasefire at RS Pura in Jammu district

  Pakistan violates ceasefire at RS Pura in Jammu district Pakistan Rangers violated ceasefire along the International Border (IB) at RS Pura sector in Jammu district on Sunday as they fired from small arms targeting the Indian posts. “A few rounds were fired from the Pakistani side this evening which hit the mound near the border,” a BSF spokesman said. He said there was no retaliatory firing from the BSF which was keeping a “strict vigil” along the border. “A few rounds were fired from the Pakistani side this evening which hit the mound near the border,” a BSF spokesman said.

India has a "new normal" in dealing with Pakistan , said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to NDTV today, declaring that New Delhi 's changed policy makes it

India has a "new normal" in dealing with Pakistan , said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to NDTV today, declaring that New Delhi 's changed policy makes it clear that "if Pakistan kills Indians, there is a cost they will pay."

India has a "new normal" in dealing with Pakistan, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to NDTV today, declaring that New Delhi's changed policy makes it clear that "if Pakistan kills Indians, there is a cost they will pay."

Mr Jaitley spoke to NDTV exclusively a day after eight civilians were killed in Jammu and Kashmir, two young children and women among them.

The deaths mark the single worst day for India in casualties caused by cross-border firing since a ceasefire was declared by India and Pakistan in 2003. That truce is now virtually in tatters.

Since September, when India carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control in Kashmir, Pakistan has violated the ceasefire nearly 60 times. Eight Indian security troops have died since then. Hundreds of villagers have been evacuated and moved into government-run shelters.

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New Delhi : Highlights. 8 civilians killed yesterday by Pak firing in Jammu and Kashmir. India no longer willing to suffer in silence : Arun Jaitley . If Pak kills Indians, they will pay a heavy cost : Arun Jaitley to NDTV .

Pakistan should know "the times have now changed", Mr Jaitley said, referring to the government's swivelling away from the policy of strategic "We have suffered enough in silence the Government of India has a more proactive approach The costs involved on Pakistan are going to be extremely


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Schools have been closed to protect young children. The Border Security Force has said that in recent weeks, it has killed about 20 Pakistani soldiers taken out nearly as many Pakistani posts in retaliatory firing.

Pakistan yesterday said that Indian fire killed four civilians; 2 soldiers were also reported killed. "Pakistan should know the times have changed," Mr Jaitley said, referring to the government's swiveling away from the policy of strategic restraint used by its predecessor in dealing with Islamabad.

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  Pakistan targets Jammu border on Diwali, BSF retaliates Pakistan opened fire at the International Border on Saturday night and met with a strong response by the Border Security Force. “Last night at IB of Jammu, firing started from Pakistani side at 9.15pm in RS Pura Sector and continued intermittently till 3am on Sunday. It was fire of small arms as well as mortars shells in small quantity but not effective. BSF retaliated appropriately,” said BSF Jammu Frontier DIG Dharmender Pareekh.

NEW DELHI : India has a "new normal" in dealing with Pakistan ; said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in a TV interview today, declaring that Delhi's changed Mr Jaitley spoke to NDTV after eight persons were killed in held Kashmir within 24 hours. According to the TV channel at least eight Indian security

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"We have suffered enough in silence, we won't any more," he said. After Pakistani terrorists attacked an army base in Uri, leaving 19 soldiers dead, Indian troops entered Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and targeted gathering areas for terrorists who were planning to attack major Indian cities, the army had said.

Pakistan has accused India of misrepresenting cross-border firing as cross-border raids. In statements since then, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other senior government officers have said that the army "has been given a free hand" to deal with unprovoked Pakistani aggression along the border.

Indian aggression may lead to strategic miscalculation: Pakistan .
Pakistan on Friday briefed Head of Missions of P5 countries on the alleged Indian aggression on the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary, saying the use of “heavy weaponry” by the Indian Army threatens peace and stability and may lead to a “strategic miscalculation”. Foreign secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry provided details to the ambassadors of China, France, Russian, UK and USA, the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, about unprovoked firing and ceasefire violations by the “Indian occupation Forces” in the past two months, the Foreign Office (FO) said.

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