Pakistan's Terror Push On Video: Terrorists Seen Fleeing In Kupwara

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On the day of PM Modi's address at the UNGA, a video has been released by the Indian Army where one can see terrorists trying to infiltrate in J&K's Kashmir

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

On the day of PM Narendra Modi's address at the United Nations General Assembly, a video has been released by the Indian Army where one can see terrorists trying to flee in the Kupwara region in Kashmir. It indicates that Pakistan Army supports these terrorist by violating ceasefire and giving them cover. This video exposes the real face of Pakistan-backed terror which is often hands in glove with Pakistan's Army and the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). The video which was released on July 30, 2019 by the Indian Army comes just a few hours ahead of PM Modi's address at the UNGA in New York, United States.

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Video shows terrorists fleeing in Kashmir

In the video, one can see a few terrorists trying to infiltrate. After being fired by the Indian Army, the terrorists had scurry back. The incident happened at around 1.00 pm-1.30 pm. The infiltration attempt happened brazenly during day light in the northern region of Jammu and Kashmir.  

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India's stand against Pakistan's use of terror

Amid PM Modi's visit to the United States, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar taking a strong stand against terror had said on September 25 that India does not have any problems in conducting discussions with Pakistan but not with 'Terroristan'.  Referring to Pakistan as ‘Terroristan’ Jaishankar stated that Islamabad has bred an ‘entire industry of terrorism’ to fuel conflict in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. He further spoke of the abrogation of Article 370 and stated that Pakistan’s reaction reflects the country’s own frustration and jealousy.

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UN chief on 'unprecedented threat from terror'

Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary-General, claimed that the world is facing "an unprecedented threat from intolerance, violent extremism and terrorism" that affects every country. The UN chief said on Wednesday that "the new frontier is cyber-terrorism the use of social media and the dark web to coordinate attacks, spread propaganda and recruit new followers," as reported by News Agency AP. He emphasised that responding to the terrorist threat "must complement security measures with prevention efforts that identify and address root causes, while always respecting human right. Read his statement here.

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