Thursday, August 8, 2013

Pak army involved in LoC attack, Antony says - Times of India

NEW DELHI: The resumption of the composite dialogue process with Pakistan could now be put on hold after defence minister A K Antony told Parliament on Thursday that the killing of five Indian soldiers "will have consequences on our behaviour on the line of control and for our relations with Pakistan".

Faced with a blistering attack by opposition MPs for giving an escape route to Pakistan by the earlier contradictory statements on the well-planned ambush in Poonch sector of J&K on Tuesday, Antony made a clear-cut strong statement in Lok Sabha. "The brutal and unprovoked attack on an Indian patrol on our side of LoC on August 6, 2013 outraged us all. When I reported the incident to the House (earlier), it was the government's obligation to report the facts as we knew them at that point of time, and my statement was based on the available information,"he said.

Since then Army chief General Bikram Singh has visited the area and gone into the details of the matter, said the minister, adding, "It is now clear that the specialist troops of Pakistan army were involved in this attack when a group from the Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir crossed the LoC and killed our brave jawans. We all know that nothing happens from Pakistan side of the LoC without support, assistance, facilitation and often, direct involvement of the Pakistan Army."

"Those in Pakistan who are responsible for this tragedy and the brutal killing of two soldiers earlier this year should not go unpunished. Pakistan should also show determined action to dismantle the terrorist networks, organizations and infrastructure and show tangible movement on bringing those responsible for the Mumbai terrorist attack in November 2008 to justice quickly," said Antony. "Naturally, this incident will have consequences on our behaviour on the line of control and for our relations with Pakistan. Our restraint should not be taken for granted; nor should the capacity of our armed forces and resolve of the government to uphold the sanctity of the LoC ever be doubted," he added.


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