1. Pakistan Should change its attitude, says Former RAW chief Vikram Sood

Pakistan Should change its attitude, says Former RAW chief Vikram Sood

Days after the Indian Army carried out surgical strike in India, two heavily armed terrorists today launched suicide attack on the Indian army camps in Baramulla, killing one BSF jawan.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 3, 2016 2:32 PM
Commenting on the recent cross border terrorist activities along the Line on Control (LoC) and the detereorating relation between India and Pakistan, Former RAW chief Vikram Sood today said that Pakistan should change its way of dealing the issue. (PTI) Commenting on the recent cross border terrorist activities along the Line on Control (LoC) and the detereorating relation between India and Pakistan, Former RAW chief Vikram Sood today said that Pakistan should change its way of dealing the issue. (PTI)

Days after the Indian Army carried out surgical strike in India, two heavily armed terrorists today launched suicide attack on the Indian army camps in Baramulla, killing one BSF jawan. Commenting on the recent cross border terrorist activities along the Line on Control (LoC) and the detereorating relation between India and Pakistan, Former RAW chief Vikram Sood today said that Pakistan should change its way of dealing the issue.

“Whether talks should happen or not is a different matter, first of all Pakistan should change its attitude,” the former RAW chief said ANI.

Previously four heavily armed terrorists attacked the Indian army bases along the Line of Control in Uri, claiming the lives of 18 Indian jawans.
In a reply to the Uri attack, the Indian Army carried out surgical strikes along the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan, destroying several terrorist launch pads and killing at least 38 terrorists.

With discontent over the Uri attack and alleging Pakistan for having involvement in the militant strike, India boycotted the SAARC summit which was scheduled to be held in Islamabad on November. Following India, other South Asian countries like Nepal, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and Bangladesh also isolated Pakistan by oposing the meet to be held in Islamabad.

Vikram Sood statement came in the wake of the rising tension along the Line of Control, with frequent militant activities and the cancellation of the inter-country talks. Pakistan Chief Miniter Nawaz Sharif had earlier refused to condole the Uri attacks, citing India’s ignorance towards the on-going Kashmir unrest.

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