The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued an advisory against carrying live media coverage of anti-terrorist operations by security forces at Gurdaspur in Punjab.
Witnesses said the terrorists fired on a bus going towards Jammu and later entered the police station.
He said the government will do everything possible to prevent cross-border terrorism and any effort by the enemies of our nation to undermine Indias territorial integrity and security or imperil the safety and security of our citizens will meet an effective and forceful response from our security forces..
“… Pakistan categorically rejects the baseless allegations made by Rajnath Singh…”
“Pointing fingers before investigation is not a healthy trend”.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who is also the government’s main spokesman, said the evidence the group came from across the border was “overwhelmingly conclusive”.
“We will continue to raise our concerns whenever there is a violation of ceasefire on Line of Control or at Working Boundary”, he said.
Khalilullah did not specify the date nor the venue of the talks.
The attack threatens to renew tension between India and Pakistan after the recent conferral of their premiers achieved a thaw in bilateral relations. Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Foreign Secretary, accompanied the adviser during the visit and also signed the condolence book.
“Intense exchange of fire took place”.
Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah Thursday said that the second round of the Afghan peace talks has been postponed.
“Pakistan and other friendly countries of Afghanistan hope that the Taliban leadership will stay engaged in the process of peace talks in order to promote a lasting peace in Afghanistan”, the statement said. “Pakistan condemns terrorism in all forms and manifestations”. One night vision device was also recovered from this spot.
Addressing a press conference later in the day, senior Congress leader Anand Sharma said Modi must make public what he discussed with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif as India was still suffering terror strikes from across the border.