Following the military encounter of 5 terrorists on 15th August in the Line Of Control region in Jammu & Kashmir, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar compared Pakistan to ‘hell’,. He tweeted that going to the country is the same as going to hell. 

b’Manohar Parrikar | File Photo | Source: PTIxc2xa0′

Parrikar maintained the harsh stance that India has adopted over Pakistan’s undue involvement in the Kashmir unrest post the military encounter of Hizbul militant Burhan Wani. 

Relations between the two nations soured after Pakistan called Burhan Wani a ‘martyr’ and requested the international community to interfere in the Kashmir issue. They also observed a ‘black day’ to honour the death of the militant. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also recently offered medical services to the victims of the violence in Kashmir Valley, especially those injured by the infamous pellet guns.

b’Unrest in Kashsmir | Source: PTIxc2xa0′

Referring to the recent foiled infiltration attempt, the Minister said two militants were killed initially  in the firing after they opened fired on soldiers, while three others were shot during the day. 

In the last three weeks, the Indian army has foiled four infiltration attempts by militant in the LoC in Kashmir, and has killed around 12 militants. 

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