Security forces have crippled Kashmir militancy: J&K Governor


Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik said on Wednesday that the security forces have broken the backbone of militancy in Kashmir and whatever is still left of it would be wiped out soon.

Speaking to media on the sidelines of an event in here, Malik said: “Security forces have broken the backbone of militancy in Kashmir and whatever is still left of it would be wiped out soon”.

Referring to recent militant attacks, Malik said: “They (militants) are under tremendous pressure from their bosses across to show their existence and such attacks are an exhibition of their frustration”.

The Governor claimed that his administration has dealt very firmly with militancy in comparison to the previous government in the state. Read More

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