The Jammu West Assembly Movement (JWAM) on Friday staged protest against Pakistan for ceasefire violation and killing of Indian trooper in Poonch.
Led by its president Sunil Dimple, activists of JWAM burnt the effigy of Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharief and raised slogans against him.
Dimple warned Pakistan for its nefarious acts and said it clearly indicated Pakistan was responsible for militancy in Jammu and Kashmir.
Dimple demanded international community to declare 'Pakistan a terrorist state' and appealed to the youth of the Valley not to fall prey to the ulterior motives of Pakistan.
Dimple said Jammu and Kashmir was fighting two types of terrorism, one sponsored from across the border and other from within which wanted to weaken the link of the state with rest of the country.
He urged the Centre to register their concern of ceasefire violations with Pakistan.