Sharing intelligence inputs is duty of Pakistan: J&K Governor Satya Pal Malik

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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Wednesday said that Pakistan is duty bound to share the intelligence inputs about the terrorists with the government of India but also cautioned about how many attacks was Pakistan able to stop on its own soil.

“Pakistan is duty bound to share intelligence inputs with us. But it also remains to be seen that how many attacks they (Pakistan) was able to stop in its own back yard,” Malik said at a police function in SKICC, Srinagar.

However, in an apparent jibe, the Governor said that it needs to be seen how many attacks Pakistan is be able to stop on its own soil.

J&K Governor Malik

#Jammu #Kashmir“Pakistan is duty bound to share intelligence inputs with us. But it also remains to be seen that how many attacks they (Pakistan) was able to stop in its own back yard,” Malik said at a police function in SKICC, Srinagar.

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He said that the governor administration has disrupted the terrorist infrastructure in the state.

”No one has been able to stop one or two attacks, not even America. But we are working on it and will be able to find a solution to this problem. We will deal with precision and swiftly with them (terrorists),” he said.

”I believe that such attacks are only because of pressure tactics from across the border. They have realized that the infrastructure they were able to setup from last 10 years has been disrupted. So they are doing this one or two attack,” he added.

“You have seen how previous governments have tackled the militancy in Kashmir. You are also a witness to our administration and how we tackled the militancy problems in the Valley,” Malik said.

He said that terrorist recruitment and stone pelting incidents across the Kashmir Valley have also come down.

”No stone pelting takes place anywhere now, not even after Friday prayers. A number of youth, who had joined terrorist ranks, have left the path of violence and have been reunited with their families,” he said.

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